Ethical Issues in Secondary School Counselling

Journal of Moral Education 4 (1):27-37 (1974)
Abstract: In this paper three questions concerning the rules of conduct of a counselling service which employs a professional counsellor are examined: (a) are counsellors institutional or client?based agents, (b) how confidential should client?counsellor relationships be, and (c) how should clients be referred to the counsellor? These questions are examined from both the practical and theoretical standpoints of counselling
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DOI 10.1080/0305724740040104
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