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Ethical Boundaries in Balancing the Power Dynamic in the Therapeutic Relationship
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Ethics Alive! The 2017 NASW Code of Ethics: What's New?
The NASW Delegate Assembly approved a number of significant amendments to the NASW Code of Ethics, to take effect January 1, 2018. Read a summary of the changes.
Ethics Alive - Gifts From Clients: The Good, the Bad, and the Ethically Ugly
Everyone loves gifts, but being offered a gift from clients may be cause for celebration, cause for concern, or both for social workers.
Ethics Alive! Respect in Social Work Advocacy
We explore the nature of respect in social work advocacy. Social workers demonstrate respect to individual clients by honoring their right to self-determination. Advocacy often involves persuason and trying to change beliefs and behaviors of others.
Ethics Alive! To Record or Not To Record: The Ethics of Documentation
How much and what should social workers document? Allan Barsky outlines the ethics of social work documentation.
Ethics Alive! Coping With Multiple Codes of Ethics as a Social Worker
Which codes “must” social workers abide by? Which codes “should” social workers abide by? And if there are conflicts between two or more codes by which you are abiding, which code takes “precedence”?
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