Practice of Educational Therapy
Recognizing and dealing with ethical issues is a normal part of our work as educational therapists. As we work with complex clients and everyone involved in their lives, we often encounter dilemmas that are not black and white. No matter how long we have been in practice, we often need to ask someone to help us. AET urges members to seek the counsel of other experienced educational therapists when difficult situations arise and you are not sure how to proceed.
Where to get help? If you do not know who to call when you need advice about your practice, AET can provide members with the names of Board Certified Educational Therapists who are available for a free one-time, confidential consultation. If on-going help is needed, the BCET consultant can help direct you to appropriate professional resources. To learn more about some typical dilemmas educational therapists face or to arrange for a consultation, log in to your Member Account.
To read the full Code of Ethics or access the Ethics Complaint Form, click here.
To read the full Ethical Perspectives - click here.