Tag Archives: Negotiation

Will Work for…

Graduation season is upon us again. Walking across campus, I see young people with a little extra pep in their step. They are wide eyed and hopeful, ready to have their lives back and to make money. I was lucky … Continue reading

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Reflections : Clinical supervision

Agenda #9 – non payment week _not replying to my email regarding on-call staff December meeting Update on race conversation Continuing Educational Courses -What to take, what not to take? Life skills job opportunity vs. on-call position? Hypochondriac and alcoholism … Continue reading

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Ethical Issues in Educational Supervision

“Canceling next week’s supervision meeting. I simply don’t have anything to discuss. Your check is in the mail. Look forward to you signing off on my clinical hours.” I reread the emailed, stunned that this individual thought they could pay … Continue reading

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What is an Ethical Dilemma?

There are three conditions that must be present for a situation to be considered an ethical dilemma. The first condition occurs in situations when an individual, called the “agent,” must make a decision about which course of action is best. … Continue reading

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