Maintaining ethics is a crucial aspect of any business or human service, and this practice is most crucial in working as a 'helper' or 'healer' where people in therapy assume and expect an atmosphere of trust. Although there are legal aspects to every profession, ethics is a gray area, like codes of behavior. As a result, ethical practice requires critical thinking and adaptive actions based on the uniqueness of a situation that may arise in the professional relationship with a person in therapy.
Dr. Williams will explore various ethical codes but also some simple codes that can apply and be helpful to anyone, regardless of profession. Human ethics interweave with human conduct, and being conscious of choices allows you to evaluate how they may affect you and those in your web of influence or interaction.
This web conference is beginning instructional level and designed to help coaches:
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This web conference taught me that ethics are not hard and fast. Often they depend on the circumstances and added details. - Judy Koehler, MA, LPC, NCC
This was a very good review of ethical issues. It was very interesting to hear about how therapists "get in trouble" and what they've done. - Elizabeth Read
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One of the initial pioneers to the coaching field, Dr. Pat Williams is often referred to as the ambassador of life coaching. Licensed as a psychologist since 1980, Pat began executive coaching in 1990 with Kodak, IBM, Hewlett Packard, and other companies in Colorado.
He developed a training program for those specializing in human services and created the Institute for Life Coach Training (ILCT). The Institute trains professionals all over the world, with offices in Turkey, Italy, China, Korea, and the UK.
Pat has taught graduate coaching classes, acted as a curriculum consultant, and was honored as educator of the year by the New England Educational Institute in 2008. Pat is a founding member of Harvard University’s Institute of Coaching and is an honorary VP of the Association of Coaching Psychology. He has served as president for the Association of Coach Training Organizations (ACTO) and co-chaired the International Coach Federation (ICF) regulatory committee.
Pat developed Coaching the Global Village to introduce coaching methodologies to developing countries and to leaders of the nongovernmental organizations and nonprofits who serve in those countries. For this initiative, Pat was awarded the first Global Visionary Fellowship by the Foundation of Coaching in May of 2006. Pat is passionate about coaching and is very dedicated to see that it remains a well-respected profession. For more information on his work, please visit the Institute for Life Coach Training. Pat has co-authored the following books: