Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Ethical Issues and ...
Ethical Issues and Recommendations D. L. Paproski Beth E. Haverkamp University of British Columbia ABSTRACT Interdisciplinary collaboration is important, and often vital, to the promotion of client welfare. While counsellors frequently initiate collaboration, they are often faced with unanticipated ethical dilemmas.
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