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    Ethics in Psychology: Mandatory, Aspirational, Principle, Virtue

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    Discuss the differences between mandatory ethics and aspirational ethics. What are the differences between principle ethics and virtue ethics? Which type of ethics are represented in the APA Ethics Code?

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    According to the textbook, Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions, Mandatory Ethics can be described as: A level of ethical function where as the counselors have to act in compliance with minimal standards, while acknowledging the basics must and must not (Corey, Corey, & Callahan, 2011). Aspirational Ethics can be described as: The highest standard of thinking and conduct that professional seek, this requires counselor to do more than simply meet the minimum standards of the ethical code (Corey, Corey, & Callahan, ...

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    Discusses mandatory, aspirational, prinicple, and virtue ethics and the differences between the various types.

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