Issues that Would Arise Under Sub-standard

Running head: CODE OF ETHICS WORKSHEET 1
CODE OF ETHICS WORKSHEET 2

Code of Ethics Worksheet

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Grand Canyon University: PCN-521

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PCN-521 Topic 1: Code of Ethics Worksheet

Directions: Navigate to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy site and review the Code of Ethics. Select one subsection from standards 1, 2, and 3. Add the subsection number (i.e., 1.1, 2.3) and the subsection text below. Review the subsection and complete the rest of the worksheet. Refer to your course textbook and supplemental readings for assistance as needed.

Standard
Issues that Would Arise Under Sub-standard
How the Issue will be Addressed
Ethical Factors to Consider

Standard One (example)
1.1 Non-Discrimination
Marriage and family therapists provide professional assistance to persons without discrimination on the basis of race, age, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, disability, gender, health status, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or relationship status.
A Christian therapist whose personal beliefs do not support alternative lifestyles is assigned to work with a gay couple. One member of the couple is in male to female transition.
The therapist would seek supervision and consultation in regards to how to support the goals of their clients without imposition of their personal beliefs.
Discrimination: The therapist cannot refer out simply because they are uncomfortable or do not agree with a client’s sexual orientation, gender identity, or relationship status.

Standard One

Standard Two

Standard Three

References
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. (2015). Code of Ethics [PDF file]. Retrieved from http://dx5br1z4f6n0k.cloudfront.net/imis15/Documents/Legal%20Ethics/AAMFT-code-of-ethics.pdf
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