Professional Judgement in Ethical Decision Making: Dialogue and Relationship
AbstractThis article examines the role of professional judgement in the ethical decision-making process. Drawing on the personalist philosophy of John MacMurray, and the CCA Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, the authors propose that a social constructivist approach involving dialogue and relationship complement the current internal psychologically based ethical decision-making models. An examination of the literature on ethical decision-making is followed by an overview of MacMurray's philosophy and its ethical implications for counsellors.
How to Cite
Lehr, R., & Sumarah, J. (2007). Professional Judgement in Ethical Decision Making: Dialogue and Relationship. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 38(1). Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/58726
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