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Ethical Decision-Making Paper Instructions
The purpose of this assignment is to develop the ability to apply professional values, codes of ethics, and a decision-making model to the process of ethical decision making.
Choose 1 of the ethical dilemmas below to read and analyze, applying the American Counseling Association’s (ACA) Decision-Making Model as outlined in the document, “A Practitioner’s Guide to Ethical Decision Making.” Divide the body of your paper — formatted in current APA style — into the steps outlined in the ACA document, making sure to address all questions for each section.
The body of your paper must be 6–9 pages. Your paper must also include an abstract, title page, and reference page with at least 6 references, all in current APA style. Your paper must be well-thought-out and demonstrate critical thinking.
When you have completed your paper, save it as a Microsoft Word document under your name and assignment title (Example: Doe_J_Ethical_Decision-Making_Paper). Submit your paper through SafeAssign using the draft link provided in Module/Week 8. Your goal is to get a SafeAssign similarity index of less than 25%. When your report is less than 25% matching, submit your final paper through SafeAssign using the regular (non-draft) link. If the final paper you submit has a similarity index greater than 25%, it may indicate either unintentional or intentional plagiarism. You may be contacted by your instructor.
John is a counseling intern working for an outpatient facility that specializes in alcohol and drug addiction recovery. John has been interning with the facility for 9 months. He is particularly involved in co-leading many of the groups at the facility and has gotten to know many of the clients. Overall, John really likes most of the clients at the center. One evening, while checking his email, he notices a friend request for his personal Facebook account. John recognizes the email as originating from Ben, one of the clients at the center. John has enjoyed his interactions with Ben, so he grants Ben his request. A few days later Jeanne, another client at the center, emails John with her request to befriend John on Facebook. John is not as fond of Jeanne because she is often argumentative in group. John decides to deny the request, explaining to Jeanne he does not befriend women.