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Promise not to tell a soul

Posted on08. Mar, 2011 by .

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You Have to Promise Not to Tell a Soul, by Rick Brenner You’re at lunch with one of your buddies, who’s obviously upset. You ask why. “You have to promise not to tell a soul,” is the response. You promise. And there the trouble begins. Someone, sometime in the past month, has probably asked you, […]

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Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary

Posted on07. Mar, 2009 by .

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March 3, 2009 Harvard Medical School in Ethics Quandary By DUFF WILSON BOSTON — In a first-year pharmacology class at Harvard Medical School, Matt Zerden grew wary as the professor promoted the benefits of cholesterol drugs and seemed to belittle a student who asked about side effects. Mr. Zerden later discovered something by searching online […]

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Things We are not Suppose to Admit

Posted on08. Feb, 2009 by .

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Janet Atwell asked: My children are grown. My daughter will soon be 31, she has two daughters that are 9 and 10, and my son just turned 25 a couple of months ago, he has a 2-year-old son. I have been watching them with their children and I see many of the parental characteristics in […]

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Ethical Situations in Counselling

Posted on30. Jan, 2009 by .

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Pedro Gondim asked: A prominent aspect of counsellor training involves the analysis of ethical situations. Counsellors need to be malleable to the variety of situations in which the client’s personality traits and environmental circumstances are prominent barriers to the relationship’s progress. Codes of practice, ethical guidelines and counselling micro-skills play a role in supporting the […]

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