Search for collections on Digilib IKIP PGRI PONTIANAK


GAMINO, LOUIS A., PhD,ABPP,FT and RITTER, R. HAL, JR.,PhD,LPC,LMFT (2009) ETHICAL PRACTICE IN GRIEF COUNSELING. Springer Publishing company, LLC., New York. ISBN 978-0-8261-0084-9

[thumbnail of Grief Counseling.pdf] Text
Grief Counseling.pdf

Download (1MB)
Official URL:


Most health care practitioners, mental health providers, and human ser-vices workers have a connotative understanding of what is meant by ethi-cal practice. Strictly defined, ethics is the discipline dealing with what is
good and bad and with moral duty and obligation, particularly the prin-ciples of conduct governing an individual or group. Ethical practice of
grief counseling means helping clients and their families while operating
from an internalized code of conduct and adhering to the highest level
of professional standards and mores. To do so, grief counselors must
start from a position of personal integrity and responsibility and then be
aware of and follow ethics codes, statutory regulations, and case law that
pertain to their realm of practice.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Books
Depositing User: Users 7 not found.
Date Deposited: 25 Aug 2016 03:54
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2016 03:54

Actions (login required)

View Item
View Item