COM568 Ethical Issues and Practice

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Case Study & the Ethical Decision-making Model

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COM568 Ethical Issues and Practice

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COM568 Ethical Issues and Practice

Assessment 2 CASE STUDY (EDM) ESSAY 2500wds

2021S2- ‘Henry’

Students will be given a case study (below) which will form the basis of assessment 2 where they will propose comprehensive resolutions for the case study’s dilemmas.

More specifically, students will prepare an ethical decision-making summary which will:

  1. (i)  Briefly identify the significant legal, ethical and professional dilemmas which arise in the case study; 30% 700wds

… then for one (1) of the identified dilemmas in the case study …

  1. (ii)  use the steps of the EDM model (Miner-Bridges, 2006), 30% 730words
    1. And propose possible resolutions (at least 2)
    2. (iii)  discuss the benefits and the complications of each proposed solution
  2. with reference to the relevant Australian codes of ethics and/or Australian legislative requirements pertaining to counselling practice; 20% 520wds- 260×2 [including AASW, PACFA and ACA]
  3. (iv)  identify how their own current moral and ethical stance and accompanying set of values, influence their decision-making process in respect to the identified dilemmas. 10% 250 wds – 125×2

Students utilise [Key resources]

  • EDM (Miner-Bridges, 2006) [Reader 5.1, 5.2, 5.3]; and
  • relevant Australian Codes of Ethics including AASW, PACFA and ACA which are publicly available Codes.

Students may employ section headings to organise the content of their writing.

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Essential documents

  • Appendix 1: Case Study (Henry, 2022S1)
  • Appendix 2: Steps in the EDM outlined (3 articles can be found in your Week 5 Readers folder & HandOuts; also check your weekly readers: Wk1 Ideal Counsellor; Wk2 client–clinician value conflict; Wk3 Moral Reasoning; Wk6 Dual relationships; Wk9 Adolescents, and Wk10 Child Safety)

RUBRIC

  1. [1]Correctly identifies and clearly and coherently articulates the major ethical & legal dilemmas that the therapist is faced with within the CASE STUDY. 30% 700wds
  2. Appropriately assesses and proposes possible resolutions to an (ONE) ethical dilemma within the guidelines [codes] provided by the EDM model. 30% 700words – 350×2
  3. Demonstrates clear familiarity with, and appropriate application of relevant Ethical Codes and Australian legislative requirements to the case study material. 20% 500wds- 250×2

rights or duties, duty of care/ responsibilities/ rights upheld /duties discharged (include citations when mentioning these)

  • Clearly and coherently identifies how their own current moral and ethical stance and accompanying set of values, influence their decision-making process and resolutions to the identified dilemmas. 10% (250 words – 125×2)
  • A clear, coherent summary responses that uses ideas and arguments effectively, demonstrating critical thought (i.e. arguments are well developed and presented), and evidencing comprehension and synthesis of ideas.

KEY 2500 words weighting % ; (90% content & 10% style and analysis)

Content  90%100%30%20%15%10%10% intro+concl
Content word count2500words730520350250200

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OUTLINE: there appears to not be direct correlation from rubric to essay outline as the four marking elements are distributed throughout the EDM steps/process… so ignore this.

  1. ETHICAL DILEMMAS (730wds) list all
  2. One Major SELECTED DILEMMA [STEPS IN EDM] 25% 875wds[2×436]
  3. Steps in the EDM 350wds [assess, propose within guidelines]
    • People.
    • Behaviour antecedents.
    • Alternative resolutions/actions list
    • PROPOSED RESOLUTION 1: [520 words approx]
      • BENEFITS of Resolution 10% 350wds>125wds
      • COMPLICATIONS of Resolution >125wds
      • INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL MORAL STANCE 100wds
    • PROPOSED RESOLUTION 2: [520 words approx]
      • APPLICATION OF ETHICAL CODES 250wds
      • BENEFITS of Resolution 10% 300wds>150wds
      • COMPLICATIONS of Resolution >150wds
      • INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL MORAL STANCE 100wds

Correlating the Question Elements, the Marking Rubric with the EDM Steps:

Step 1: Identify all the dilemmas; Select one (730wds approximately)

Step 2: Name people involved

Step 3: Relevant Behaviours

Step 4: Identify and evaluate action alternatives: consequences; duties; cultural norms; personal values; ideal figure. [APPLICATION OF ETHICAL CODES]

Step 5A: Select first action/resolution [BENEFITS];

Step 6A: Review of choice [possible COMPLICATIONS]

Step 7A: Action Implementation: Evaluate constraints; Implement action

Step 5B: Select second action/ resolution [BENEFITS];

Step 6B: Review of choice [possible COMPLICATIONS]

Step 7B: Action Implementation: Evaluate constraints; Implement action

Introduction to Case Study

The Introduction begins here: Orientation, identifying the topic and purpose of the essay; thesis statement; summary outline of the argument.

Brief introduction-overview of case study [Who where when what] Introduce your client/case study and the primary issue to the reader.

Steps in the Ethical Decision-Making Model

Ethical Decision-Making Summary

Step 1: Identification of Ethical Dilemmas. 730wds

Text begins indented as a new paragraph…

All dilemmas identified: List them. Threats to wellbeing?; duty of care? (citations)   cultural values? Personal meta-ethical assumptions?

Choose one dilemma for your essay focus. Why is this a dilemma, where

Step 2: People Involved

people to whom consequences are relevant; people to whom duties are owed (citations); cultural group/s?

Step 3: Relevant Behaviours.

past actions (Client)? duties present (you, therapist)? (citations), norms and values /professional codes**(citations) additional information; consult?

Step 4: Identify and Evaluate Action Alternatives. [All of them] Then for each:

consequences [possible COMPLICATIONS??]; rights / duties/discharged (citations); what’s Ignored [overlooked possible COMPLICATIONS??];

reflect relevant cultural norms? My personal values? Which actions would model those of an ideal figure (citations)

[Two Actions]

First Selected Action

Step 5A: First Selected Action  

  • maximises wellbeing [BENEFITS]; has the best consequences overall [BENEFITS];
  • corresponds to my primary duty (as a professional counsellor) (citations); most strongly held norm.

My first action would be…

This action conforms to/aligns with these/my ethical values professionally

This action also correlate to my personal values of… … Rests comfortably with/ aligns with OR uncomfortable difficult //

  • fits my own personal values;
  • How would I view myself and others later?

Step 6A: Review of choice

  • What would have to be different before I make a different choice?

Step 7A: Action Implementation

  • Evaluate any constraints upon my implementing the decision; to overcome?
  • Implement my decision and take responsibility for the consequences

Second Selected Action

Step 5B: Second Selected Action 

  • That maximises wellbeing [BENEFITS]; has the best consequences overall
  • My second action would be that… and that would correspond to my primary duty (as a professional counsellor); /most strongly held norm.
    • fits my own personal values;
    • How would I view myself and others later?

Step 6B: Review of choice

  • What would have to be different before I make a different choice?

Step 7B: Action Implementation

  • Evaluate any constraints upon my implementing the decision; to overcome?
  • Implement my decision and take responsibility for the consequences

 

Overall Conclusion

Begin writing here …

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References

At least five (5) academic or professional references (e.g., journals, papers, academic texts, professional papers) cited per 1000 words of text. Check criteria for minimum number of articles required.

Begin with using your references from the CUO Course readers; then also add in 5 of your own
If referencing a book, in APA the reference includes: (i) Author(s), (ii) Date of publication, (iii) Title (in italics), (iv) Location of Publication, and (v) Publisher(s)’s name.

If referencing a chapter in a book, in APA the reference includes: (i) Author(s) of the individual chapter, (ii) Date of publication, (iii) Chapter Title (in italics), (iv) Author(s) of the Book, (v) Name of Book, (vi) Page numbers of the chapter, (vii) Location of Publication, and (vii) Publisher(s)’ name.

If referencing an article, in APA the reference includes: (i) Author(s); (ii) Date of publication; (iii) Title of article, (iv) Title of Journal (in italics), (v) Journal Volume (in italics), (vi) Journal Issue, (vii) Range of Pages, and (viii) the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) which is a character string used to uniquely identify an object such as an electronic document (if available).

Please see APA Referencing Guide (7th Edition) provided by the School of Counselling for further detailed examples of different source types.

Appendix 1- Case Study, Henry

You are a counsellor in private practice. Your client, Henry, is a man in his twenties seeking counselling concerning personal and professional issues. In particular, he is unhappy with his relationships with a number of staff at the secondary school in which he is a teacher. He has seen you several times to discuss his enjoyment of teaching and sport coaching on the one hand, but his frustration at not being able to find a life partner or to have consistently harmonious relationships with his colleagues.

You have a family, including a 13-year-old son, who plays weekly on Saturdays in a soccer team for his school. One Saturday, your son has made his own way to the game, and you arrive during the game to watch him play. Their team is losing quite badly, and you watch them approach their coach despondently at half-time. Much to your surprise, the coach turns out to be your client, Henry. You have only just seen him, and it appears that he has not seen you. More concerning is that Henry appears quite angry with the team’s performance, and he singles out your son in particular for some pretty strong criticism in front of his team-mates. Your son looks particularly dejected after his coach’s comments towards him. You are quite taken aback and you try not be seen at that time.

Later your son finishes the game and you hurriedly take him from the game and drive him home. In the car he asks why he had to leave so quickly and what the problem is. How do you respond to him? And do you raise this experience with Henry in your following sessions with him, and if so, how?

Appendix 2- Steps in the Ethical Decision-Making Model

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An Ethical Decision-making Framework for Counsellors

Miner-Bridges, M. (2006). A proposed comprehensive model for ethical decision-making (EDM). In S. Morrisey & P. Reddy (eds), Ethics and Professional Practice for Psychologists. Melbourne Victoria: Thompson Social Science Press.

Step 1:

Is the situation an ethical dilemma? Is it a situation where good or right seem to be involved? Does it involve principles or situations that have been emphasised in my professional training?

  • Is human (and/or sentient animal) well-being being threatened?
  • Are rights or duties, including duty of care salient?
  • Are cultural values salient?
  • Which meta-ethical assumptions do I bring into this situation?

Step 2:
Who are all the people involved in the issue?

  • Who are the people affected, for whom consequences relevant?
  • Who are the people affected, to whom duties are owed?
  • Which cultural group/s is/are involved?

Step 3:
What behaviours or behavioural antecedents are relevant?

  • What are the past actions or states for which consequences should be considered?
  • What duties or responsibilities are present in the situation?
  • Which norms and values are implicit in the situation, including norms expressed through law or professional codes?
  • What additional information do I need in order to specify and clarify alternative actions? With whom should I consult or dialogue?

Step 4:
Identify and evaluate action alternatives
What are my action choices? For each:

  • What are the possible consequences of each alternative?
  • What rights are upheld and /or duties/discharged in each alternative? Ignored in each alternative?
  • How well does each action reflect relevant cultural norms? My personal values?
  • Which actions would model those of an ideal figure, such as a competent, caring responsible counsellor?

Step 5:
Selection of an action

  • Which alternative maximises well–being in this situation
  • Which action corresponds to my primary duty or supreme human right?
  • Which action corresponds to the most strongly held norm or best reflects the requirements of legislation and/or ethical codes
  • Which action fits my own personal values
  • Which action has the best consequences overall?
  • Can I imagine myself taking this action? How would I think/feel about myself if I did this? How would I think/feel about others? How would I view myself and others later?

Step 6:
Review of choice

  • What would have to be different before I make a different choice? Step 7:

Action Implementation

  • Evaluate any constraints upon my implementing the decision. How could these constraints be overcome?
  • Implement my decision and take responsibility for the consequences, including correction of adverse circumstances arising from the decision


Summary List of Steps in EDM

Step 1: Identify All the Dilemmas

Step 2: Name People Involved

Step 3: Relevant Behaviours

Step 4: Identify and Evaluate Action Alternatives: consequences; duties; cultural norms; personal values; ideal figure

Step 5: Select Action

Step 6: Review of Choice

Step 7: Action Implementation: Evaluate constraints; Implement action

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