This Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions is published by the. British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, BACP House, 15 St John’s. Ethical. Framework for the. Counselling. Professions. Our commitment to clients. Clients need to be able to participate freely as they work with practitioners of the. Counselling and Psychotherapy was steered by the Unified Code Working Party of BACP: Professor Tim Bond (Convenor), Roger Casemore, Alan Jamieson.
|Published (Last):||21 February 2013|
|PDF File Size:||1.8 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.2 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Resilience — being capable of working with client concerns without being personally diminished. The framework is designed to help you provide your clients with a secure base for your work together.
Good supervision is much more than case management. Our core principles are: It would be exceptionally interesting to know how a Rogerian or a Egan therapist enacted their counselling models against the ethics you listed, e.
Our training standards are based on the latest research evidence into effective practice. Glossary The ethicz of words used within the Ethical Framework. However, if the latter argument was correct, it would rather tend to overturn the past fifty years of medical negligence litigation which is clearly based on tort law and not on the law of contract.
Counselling Ethical Framework for Good Practice
However, medical ethics has now emerged as a key reference point in the discourse underpinning some of the changes to the Ethical Framework. Cide there are huge disparities in how ethics are o, the BACP framework has made every effort to reflect this ethical diversity by considering three key ethical domains: Elsewhere, it is suggested that this broader concept of a legal contract might, therefore, be relevant, even in the context of non-fee-paying services, such as the NHS Mitchels and Bond, There are three main sections:.
It is important also to register the role of political and resourcing factors at work in Mid-Staffs, such as the drive for NHS Foundation Trust status, as contributory forces in the apparent collapse of normal nursing and medical standards in certain wards at that time Jenkins, a.
We will keep accurate records that: Key drivers and influences on the Ethical Framework Clearly, the process of devising and adapting ethical codes is a complex and messy process which defies easy categorisation.
cide However, it may well contribute to a much broader professional project. It is the main point of reference for decisions in professional conduct hearings. All good things to know. Inevitably, this also will involve frequent reference to the writing and influence of Tim Bond, chief architect of the new framework.
Ethics and standard for counselling and psychotherapy
Problems for the Ethical Framework Any new code faces a number of barriers to its adoption. The new Framework, as opposed to a code of ethics, builds on the previous version first introduced at the turn of the century.
All members commit to complying with this framework as part of their terms and conditions of membership.
Statutory regulation or voluntary registration? Find out more about the changes. In terms of personal moral qualitiescounsellors are encouraged to towards: We will protect the confidentiality and privacy of clients by: However, it still may lack a strong emotional pull, or element of traction, for many BACP members.
Miguel Hortolano — Libertad. This new suite of open access good practice resources is developed in partnership with other professionals to help those working across the counselling professions. Working with colleagues and in teams.
It is hard to overstate the continuing psychological impact of this on the organisation and its membership. Competence — effective deployment of the skills and knowledge needed to be an ethical counsellor. We have agreed that we will:. Bafp have agreed that we will: These changes are not contentious in themselves.
This change is probably inevitable, given the role of data protection law, team working and the continuing interest of ocde courts in records of therapy.
Work to professional standards by: Medical ethics and the Francis Report Counsellors clearly need to be alert to on-going ethical and professional discussions about ethics in other, parallel professions.
Working within an ethical framework not only protects the client, but also the counsellor. For additional support in ethical decision making, you can contact the Ethics hub. Another contentious issue is the way that the differences between a legal contract essentially payment of a fee, in return for therapy and ethivs therapeutic contract confidentiality, cancellations, etc are apparently minimised in the legal guidance and published legal resources.
We will keep skills and knowledge up to date by: Professional ethics in the therapeutic world is ethiccs dominated by discussion of the new version of the BACP Ethical Framework