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Integrating Multicultural Competencies in Ethical Decision-Making with Immigrant Populations

In: Counseling and Values
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Mina Attia Department of Counseling and Human Development, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA

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Bagmi Das Department of Counseling and Human Development, The George Washington University, Washington, DC, USA

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Shadin Atiyeh Department of Counselor Education, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA

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Letitia Browne-James Counseling Program, Adler Graduate School, Minnetonka, MN, USA

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Abstract

The aca Code of Ethics (2014) states that counselors are encouraged to utilize an ethical decision-making model to navigate ethical dilemmas. However, the code emphasizes that no specific model is most effective in all scenarios and stresses no endorsement for one model over another. While many models exist, few focus on multicultural ethical decision-making, particularly for working with immigrant populations. This article provides an overview of several ethical decision-making models and utilizes the Multicultural Ethical Decision-Making Model to navigate a scenario involving an immigrant counselor and an immigrant client.

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