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Ethics NBCC requires all applicants and certificants to adhere to minimum conduct standards. In addition to publication of enforceable standards and required disclosure procedures, NBCC developed an effective and fair method for reviewing concerns related to applicants and certificants. Counselors who maintain their board certification recognize the importance of fair review processes that are managed by counseling professionals, as well as the advantage of being able to assure employers, potential clients, or uneasy family members that there is an established process available should concerns arise.
NBCC has also developed specific guidelines regarding the provision of distance professional services. Whether you are already board certified or an applicant, you are required to disclose any of the following: Criminal charges Note: You do not need to disclose traffic charges unless they involve drugs or alcohol or injury to person or property. Legal actions related to business or occupational activities in which you are named as a defendant Grievances or concerns submitted to any government entity or professional organization Employment terminations due to conduct Probation or removal from any graduate program for reasons unrelated to grades Certificant Disclosure Board certified counselors must submit a disclosure in writing within 60 days of becoming aware of a charge or complaint.
To make a disclosure, complete the Disclosure Cover Sheet. Download Disclosure Cover Sheet Applicant Disclosure Applicants for board certification are required to disclose any past or current disclosure matter at the time of application. Applicants should follow the instructions provided at the time of submission to submit required documents. Following application submission, applicants must disclose any new or amended charges relating to required disclosure matters within 60 days.
Applicants who have disclosures should use the Application Disclosure Cover Sheet. Samples of required documents are available on this page. Clients Rights and Responsibilites.
CRCC CODE OF ETHICS PDF
Kikus Rehabilitation Counselors are trained to recognize and to help lessen environmental and attitudinal barriers. This course familiarizes the students with basic ethical principles and theories which include ethical considerations such as veracity, fidelity, slippery-slope, and double effect. This class will be held in webinar format via blackboard collaborate. Eligibility categories are based on research into current practices and requirements in the field. Legal and Ethical Considerations for Healthcare Professionals. Ehhics of Life Care: Participants are given an opportunity to discuss the development of an individualized professional code of ethics; and, practice identifying ethical dilemmas through ethical decision making processes.
Code of Professional Ethics for Rehabilitation Counselors (2002)