Integrating spirituality, religion and ethics into CACREP Core Courses: A problem-based learning module using client spirituality/sexuality conflict. Cindy L. Anderton University of Wisconsin - Whitewater Debra A. Pender Northern Illinois University Kimberly K. Asner-Self
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Integrating spirituality, religion and ethics into CACREP Core Courses: A problem-based learning module using client spirituality/sexuality conflict
Cindy L. Anderton
University of Wisconsin - Whitewater
Debra A. Pender
Northern Illinois University
Kimberly K. Asner-Self
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Cindy L. Anderton is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Counselor Education at University of Wisconsin - Whitewater.
Correspondence concerning this teaching module should be addressed to Cindy L. Anderton, Department of Counselor Education, University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, Winther Hall 6035, Whitewater, WI, 53190-1790. Email: [email protected]
1. Demonstrate knowledge of ethical standards of professional organizations and credentialing bodies, and applications of ethical and legal considerations in professional counseling (CACREP Core Standard [CCS], 1.j.).
6. Discuss biological, familial, and psychosocial factors that influence the course of development of LGB orientations and transgendered identities (ALGBTIC, Competencies, Human Growth and Development,” para. 1).
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