|PSYC-530-80||Ethics and Professional Conduc (3 )||
||Cannon, Brooke J|
This course is designed to examine the moral implications of professional clinical practice and to familiarize students with the history and development of professional ethics and standards and their legal implications in the areas of counseling and psychotherapy. Students will be introduced to moral, legal, and ethical issues and current debates on such topics as: privileged communication, confidentiality, right of clients, civil commitment, licensure, and mental health laws. Student will become familiar with ethical standards for psychologists as formulated by state and national professional associations.
Online course. Cross-listed with COUN 530 80.
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* You may not be eligible for special summer tuition rates if you receive a scholarship or other financial aid from Marywood.