ACA Code Of Ethics Case Study

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In the similarities with the ACA and Indiana rules and regulations , both of these code of ethics discussed about the counselors and clients needs. With contrast, The ACA code of ethics gives more information than the Indiana website. Aca code of ethics discussed in their website that informed consent is Clients have the choice to choose whether to enter into or remain in a counseling relationship and need suitable evidence about the counseling process and the counselor. Counselors have an commitment to review in writing and verbally with clients the privileges and responsibilities of both counselors and clients (Aca Code of Ethics, 2014). Informed consent is an continuing part of the counseling process, and counselors appropriately document deliberations of informed consent throughout the counseling relationship (Aca Code of Ethics, 2014).
The Indiana rules and regulations discussed with a informed consent with a license addiction counselor is the counselors will obtain informed consent and a document before video-taping, audio recording or authorizing a third party observation of any client collaboration or group therapy
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In the sample of informed consent describe that health portability act and HIPPA law protects against the client privacy. This informed consent agreement is between the client and counselor. The informed consent also discussed the duration of the therapy sessions which is 45-50 minutes per session; the professional fee which is 150.00 per sessions if the clients doesn’t have insurance; the client medical insurance only covers a portions of the sessions, and the remainder amount of service have to be paid by client; this informed agreement does not counselor any children under the age of 13; and the contact information of the therapist if a client needs assistance during and after hours (Fisher,

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