answer the following questions 166

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  • Review examples of how to provide appropriate citations for the ACA Code of Ethics from this week’s Learning Resources.
  • Review the scenarios in Case Study 3.2 (pp. 86–89) from Chapter 3 of the Erford course text. Select three scenarios to respond to for this Discussion. I will send you a message with the login to the chapter to access pages 86-89.

Post your evaluation of the three ethical scenarios you selected.

  • Explain whether the behavior exhibited in the scenario was ethical or unethical, and why.
  • Make sure to provide the ACA Code of Ethics standard that applies to the case.

Read your colleagues’ postings.

Respond to at least two posts of colleagues with whom you disagree and why.

Make sure to cite the ACA Code of Ethics and your course text to support your decision.

i’m going to post the other 2 post here as well. Tell why you disagree with and why. Also cite the ACA Code of Ethics and your course text to support your decision. The ACA Code of Ethics is provided in the link here.

https://www.counseling.org/Resources/aca-code-of-e…


I disagree with these two colleagues. EXPLAIN WHY (Make sure to cite the ACA Code of Ethics and your course text to support your decision.)

Situation #3: Larry Adams has a PhD in history and is a university professor. He also has a master’s degree in counseling and is an LPC. He plans to open a part-time private practice and had business cards printed that read, “Dr. Larry Adams, Individual and Group Counseling.”

Larry’s counseling advertisement of being “Dr. Larry Adams” is unethical. The title “Dr.” is misleading in that he has not earned a doctorate in counseling or a related mental health field (Linde & Erford, 2018, p. 96). Counselors are not permitted to “imply doctoral-level competence when possessing a master’s degree in counseling or a related field by referring to themselves as “Dr.” in a counseling context when their doctorate is not in counseling or a related field” (2014 ACA Code of Ethics, C.4. Professional Qualifications).

Situation #2: A rehabilitation counselor is conducting a research study. Because raw data contains confidential information about individual participants, the counselor deletes all identifying data about the participants before giving the material to the secretary for computer entry.

I believe this was ethical because the counselor removed all person information from the material to keep the participants confidentiality before giving it to another party (American Counseling Association, 2015, P. 2).