You are a supervisor in your thirties.

You and your new supervisee have a great deal in common. It’s become routine to hold your supervision sessions in the local Starbucks. When the work is done, you can relax and enjoy each others’ company. You’re thinking of sharing a room at the upcoming conference on family therapy in Boston. Identify the ethical and legal concerns that apply to this situation.

In the case analysis, please include the following information:

·  Description of at least 3 ethical and/or legal issues in the vignette

·  Identification of relevant ethical codes

·  Explanation of 3 courses of action to resolve the issue

·  Description of the decision-making process for each course of action

·  Assessment of option that best upholds the ethical standards of the profession

The paper should be 5 to 6 pages, and include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources.

Component Exemplary Accomplished Developing Beginning Does not attempt
Description of at least 3 ethical and/or legal issues

25 Points Possible

Student provides a thorough, accurate description of 3-4 ethical and/or legal issues. Description demonstrates knowledge of course concepts. Student provides a thorough, accurate description of 3 ethical and/or legal issues. At times description lacks coherence. Description demonstrates knowledge of course concepts. Student provides a thorough, accurate description 2 ethical and/or legal issues. OR Student provides a marginal description of 2-3 ethical and/or legal issues. Inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Student provides a thorough, accurate description 1 ethical and/or legal issue. OR Student provides a marginal description of 1-2 ethical and/or legal issues. Inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Student does not include a description of ethical issues.
Identification of Ethical Codes

20 Points Possible

Student identifies 3-4 relevant ethical codes that reflect understanding of course concepts. Student identifies 3 relevant ethical codes that reflect understanding of course concepts. Student identifies 2-3 ethical codes that are mostly accurate and reflect some course concepts. Student identifies 1-2 ethical codes that are mostly accurate and reflect some course concepts. Student does not identify ethical codes
Explanation of 3 Courses of Action

20 Points Possible

Student provides 3 courses of action that reflect understanding of course concepts. Courses of action are insightful, thorough, and accurate. Student provides 3 courses of action that reflect understanding of course concepts. Courses of action are detailed. Minor inaccuracies present. Student provides 2 courses of action that reflect understanding of course concepts. Courses of action are detailed. Minor inaccuracies present. OR Student provides marginal explanation of 2-3 courses of action. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Student provides 1 course of action that reflects understanding of course concepts. Courses of action are detailed. Minor inaccuracies present. OR Student provides marginal explanation of 1-2 courses of action. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Student does not explain courses of action.
Description of decision making process for each course of action

35 Points Possible

Student provides insightful, thorough, and accurate description of decision-making process for 3 courses of action. Student provides detailed description of decision-making process for 3 courses of action. At times description lacks coherence. Student provides a marginal description of decision-making process for 2-3 courses of action. Inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking.

OR Student provides detailed description of decision-making process for 2 courses of action. At times description lacks coherence.

Student provides a marginal description of decision-making process for 1-2 course of action. Inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. OR Student provides detailed description of decision-making process for 1 course of action. At times description lacks coherence. Student does not include a description of decision-making process for courses of action.
Assessment of Best Option

35 Points Possible

Student provides an insightful, thorough description of best course of action. Course of action is consistent with ethical and legal guidelines. Student provides a detailed description of best course of action. Course of action is consistent with ethical and legal guidelines. Few inaccuracies present. Student provides a marginal assessment of best course of action. Few inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Course of action is not consistent with ethical and legal guidelines. Student provides a marginal assessment of best course of action. Inaccuracies are present. Sufficient details and supporting evidence are lacking. Course of action is not consistent with ethical and legal guidelines. Student does not include an assessment of best course of action.
Formatting/Writing

20 Points Possible

Work is presented in a logical and coherent way. Writing is clear, articulate, and error free. Citations are composed in proper format with few or no errors. Student integrates 3 or more scholarly references to support ideas. Work is grammatically sound with a few minor errors. Citations are composed in the proper format with some errors. Student integrates 3 scholarly references to support ideas. Work contains frequent grammatical errors. Citations are inaccurate or improperly formatted. Student integrates 2-3 scholarly references to support ideas. Work contains multiple grammatical errors that impact overall communication of ideas. Citations are inaccurate or improperly formatted. Student integrates 1-2 scholarly references to support ideas. Work does not demonstrate appropriate graduate level writing. Difficult to follow ideas. Lacking organizational structure. Student integrates 0 scholarly references to support ideas..
Summary Comments: Total Points:

You are a supervisor in your thirties. You and your new supervisee have a great deal in common. It’s become routine to hold your supervision sessions in the local Starbucks. When the work is done, you can relax and enjoy each others’ company. You’re thinking of sharing a room at the upcoming conference on family therapy in Boston. Identify the ethical and legal concerns that apply to this situation.

 

In the case analysis, please include the following information:

· Description of at least 3 ethical and/or legal issues in the vignette

· Identification of relevant ethical codes

· Explanation of 3 courses of action to resolve the issue

· Description of the decision-making process for each course of action

· Assessment of option that best upholds the ethical standards of the profession

 

The paper should be 5 to 6 pages, and include a minimum of 5 scholarly resources.

 
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