6 Ethical Principles in Counseling (Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification) Beneficence Autonomy Non- Maleficence Fidelity Justice Veracity Beneficence “To do good to others” Acting in a manner that promotes the welfare of the client Beneficence Factors and Risks
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(Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor Certification)
Beneficence“To do good to others”
Acting in a manner that promotes the welfare of the client
Acting in a manner that respects a person’s freedom to control his or her own life.
Acting in a manner that does not cause harm or prevents harm to clients
Keeping promises or commitments, both stated and implied.
Treating people fairly, especially in allocation of resources
People must be treated individually and fairly
Professionals must advocate for the fair treatment of people with disabilities
Your method of allocating scarce resources may be perceived as unfair – no matter what it is
Not engaging in an act or omission of a dishonest, deceitful or fradulent nature
Veracity of Electronic
Assisting clients in determining the validity and reliability of information found on the Internet and/or other technology applications.