By Sue Wheeler, David King
Drawing jointly contributions and new examine from these on the vanguard of supervisory perform, this quantity solutions the query of the place accountability lies in the client-counsellor-supervisor triad.
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Copyrighted Material SUPERVISION AND BACP'S CODES OF ETHICS AND PRACTICE 43 approach is unsustainable. It is as futile as it is impossible to expand the codes to take account of every eventuality; it also undermines the very ethic of responsibility that the codes were first designed to promote, and on which the safety of the client must ultimately rest.
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The Therapist, 4 (4): 19-23. This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by ebrary. Unauthorised distribution forbidden. Copyrighted Material 40 PROFESSIONAL ISSUES: CLiNICAL-LEGAL-ETHICAL McLeod, J. and Machin, L. (1998) 'The context of counselling: a neglected dimension of training, research and practice', British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 26 (3): 325-36. Madden, RG. (1998) Legal Issues in Social Work, Counseling and Mental Health: Guidelines for Clinical Practice ill Psychotherapy.