Describe how the Human Services Code of Ethics initiates, guides and promotes a clinical arena for professional and client well-being.
The Code of Ethics is a statement of ethical standards of behavior. It’s a guide to the professional on their roles, rules, responsibilities to their client, themselves employers, and the profession. Different types of profession in the human services field have different types of Code of Ethics. It could be similar but can have different wording and responsibilities even. For example, the Code of Professional Ethics for rehabilitation is different from the Ethics standards for Psychologists. The guides in the Code of Ethics give us an understanding of what is the purpose of their profession and how to carry it
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to clients promotes well-being.
The responsibility of the human service professional to the clients is really important. The responsibilities includes the knowledge of the profession’s code of ethics, and their standard of behavior. The responsibility of helping their clients to keep them alway from danger. Human Services professionals are also responsible to have a well knowledge of their client’s culture in making treatment plans, and problem defining to promote the well-being of the client. Another responsibility is that Professionals must “…protect the privacy and confidentiality except when such confidentiality would cause harm to the client or to others…” In other workers conservation with their clients are to be kept within each other unless if workers believes that in the safety of the client or others.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to colleagues promotes well-being for the clients.
Human services professionals has responsibility to their co-workers, just as they do as for their own clients. Statement twenty-four of the Ethic Standards of Human Services Professionals suggests that if a worker sees that his/her co-worker is not following the code of ethics, the worker should talk to his/her co-worker about it because it could not promote the well-beings of his/her clients. If the matter didn’t change the worker should report the behavior of the co-worker to the supervisor.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to the profession promotes well-being for the client.
Human Services profession had responsibility to their own profession. One responsibility is that professionals should extend up-to-date and useful ways to increase their professionals strengths to promote the client’s well-being. Another responsibility to the profession is that the workers recognize the breaking point of their professional knowledge and contribute actions within what they know and their skills to their clients.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to self promotes well-being of the clients.
The Code of Ethics also includes the human service professional’s responsibility to the worker themselves. One responsibility is to to committed to advance our own knowledge to serve the clients and society better. Another responsibility includes having personal growth of their attitudes and values towards their clients.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to employers promote well being for the client.
There are three statements in the Ethical Standards of Human Services Professionals that states the responsibilities of workers to their employers. Statement 32 states that worker should be truthfully commit to the tasks made from the employer. Statement 34 states that if any conflicts between the responsibilities to the clients or to the employer, both the employer and the worker must work together to resolve the issues and promote the well-being for the clients.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to the community and society promote well-being.
Human Services professionals has responsibilities to the community and the society. Workers should know the laws in the community, the state they are working in, and the federal laws. Another responsibility of the human service professionals to the community and society is that workers should gain knowledge of the traditions and the cultures in the community they are working in and respect those beliefs to promote the well-being of the community and society.
Describe how the human service professional’s responsibility to educators promotes well-being for the client.
Human Services professional’s responsibilities to the educators are really important to promote the well-being for the clients. Educators should give clear response on how the student is doing in the course. This can give the student intakes to how to approach a better promotion of well-being to the clients of the student in the future. Another responsibility of a educator is to have full commitment on teaching the students on promoting well-being of their future clients.
Describe the four stages of ethical decision making. Indicate how it strives to promote well-being to the client/society.
There are four stages of ethical decision making. Ethical decision making is when there isn’t a statement or code of ethics that can provide any action to a problem in the human services field. The stages are to resolve the conflict that doesn’t promote the well-being of the client/society. Stage one is to identify the problem. Stage two is to seek advice from your co-workers, supervisors, and experts. Stages three is to use the advice and explore the options. The last stage is to choose the way to resolve the problem or conflict.