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Coleman (n.d) suggests ten (10) barriers to the ethical problem solving process. They are: Lack of knowledge of Ethical Standards Financial Incentives Perfectionism Fear of Criticism/Scrutiny by Others High Affiliative Needs Personal and/or Professional Immaturity Counsellor Substance Abuse Lack of Personal Values Clarification Limitations of Codes of Ethics and Conduct Lack of a Decision Making Model Lack of Knowledge of Ethical Standards Society ... Read More

Taking up further study can be a very exciting time as we take a step forward in our personal and professional lives. As we challenge ourselves to develop new skills and knowledge, a new framework to work from, and a new field to master, many of us embrace the role ... Read More

In a previous post we defined what a romantic relationship is, and provided a collection of articles with useful information for couples who wish to enhance their romantic life and avoid common pitfalls of an intimate relationship. In this post we take a slightly different approach. Below is a collection of articles ... Read More

Every person has distinctive viewpoints that are equally valid (from where they stand) as the other party involved in the conflict. Each person's viewpoint makes a contribution to the whole and requires consideration and respect in order to form a complete solution. This wider view can open up the communication transaction ... Read More

Behaviour therapy/counselling is used to help “clients acquire new coping skills, improve communication, or learn to break maladaptive habits and overcome self-defeating emotional conflicts” (Corsini & Wedding, 2000). The behavioural therapist/counsellor focuses on interpreting the client's behaviour, emphasizing a collaborative and positive relationship with the client and values the use ... Read More

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