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The Ethics of the Helping Profession

The ethics of workers in the helping profession are continuously under the radar. Help seekers, colleagues and other professions in vastly different fields continue to question therapists and other helping professionals’ ethics, values and intentions, understanding this suspicion aimed directly at therapists.

As a help seeker and a social worker bound by a written code of ethics, the stakes are even higher for ethical rigor when practicing.

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