(a) Illustrate out in which circumstances, when complaints are made, these aren’t pursued?
(b) Discuss and illustrate out the ways in which psychologists can avoid pitfalls.
a) Illustrate out what is understood by risky situations when dealing with ethics.
b) Illustrate out the measures to be considered by counsellor to prevent and avoid unethical behaviour.
c) Discuss and Illustrate out the steps to be taken by counsellor in making effective decisions in case of doubt over ethical practice.
a) Illustrate out the key elements in therapeutic contract.
b) How do these relate to ethical obligations of counsellor?
c) Illustrate out what happens when the counsellor has conflicting values in counselling and how this impacts on his or her practice.
a) Illustrate out the ten (10) warning signs which would indicate that attraction feelings towards clients might be putting you or your services at risk.
b) What precautions need to be taken by counsellors to protect them from bogus clients who make unwarranted complaints of the sexual nature?