Videos, FAQs and resources to help members work with this section of the Ethical Framework 33. We will establish and maintain appropriate professional and personal boundaries in our dealings with our clients ensuring that: a. these limits are consistent with the objectives of the cooperation and are beneficial to the client. Any double or multiple relationship is avoided if the risks of harm to the customer outweigh the benefits to the customer. Reasonable precautions are taken to separate and distinguish our personal and professional presence on social media if this could lead to harmful duplicate relationships with customers. The effects of double or multiple relationships shall be regularly reviewed by the supervisory authority and, if necessary, discussed with customers. They can also be discussed with colleagues or managers to improve the integrity of the work done. The consulting contract does not have to be a long document. It is usually a single page (maximum two pages) and contains a list of important elements to create a safe, confidential and professional advice center. www.nationalcounsellingsociety.org/members/information/benefits/.
www.counsellingcpd.org/product/ethical-practice/. the effects of double or multiple relationships are regularly reviewed within the supervisory department and, if necessary, an interview is arranged with clients. They can also be discussed with any colleague or manager to improve the integrity of the work done. GDPR – www.nationalcounsellingsociety.org/blog/general-data-protection-regulation-gdpr-and-data-protection/. As a rule, a consultant will present orally the main points of the consulting contract before the start of the sessions to ensure that his client is satisfied with the conditions of the work performed. This first oral presentation allows customers to ask questions and clarify all the points of the contract on which they are not clear. The consultant can then provide the details in a written document signed by both the consultant and the client. Rory and Ken give various tips for recording and transcribing counselling sessions: There are no set requirements for a counselling contract, but a good rule of thumb is to provide details on the following topics: Whether you are working with children, teens or adults at risk who may need informed consent from a parent, from a primary care provider or an affected third party, you must add a section to the contract, entering the names, signatures and dates of this consent. Please read more information about working with these customers via the NCS policy. Psychotherapy and psychotherapy students often need to record and transcribe the skills sessions – and add a comment explaining the reasons for each reaction to find out if the response was effective and how to improve it (if any). .