About this Episode:
A conversation with Dr. Holly Forester- Miller on what has changed- and what has not- in the field of ethics and best practices in counseling between the 1996 publication of her Practitioner’s Guide and its 2016 update for the American Counseling Association.
Holly Forester-Miller, Ph.D. is President of Wellness Consultants International, PLLC in Durham, NC and a Licensed Professional Counselor. Dr. Forester-Miller has been a consultant for over twenty years to organizations throughout the United States and internationally. She has conducted workshops and presentations in Scotland, Germany, China, India, Malta, Switzerland, and Greece. She retired from academia as a Full Professor after 22 years of training counselors at the graduate level. As part of her academic career, Dr. Forester-Miller taught graduate courses in Consultation, Stress Management, Active Listening, Group Leadership, Crisis Intervention, Ethics, Clinical Hypnosis, and Communication Skills. Some of the organizations she has been a consultant to are: Union Carbide, Duke University Medical Center, Xerox Corporation, Bombay Chamber of Commerce (Mumbai, India), Olin Chemical, and Wake Forest University. Read more.
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The APA Citation for this Episode:
Kramer, A. (Producer). (2017, December 8). The Practitioner’s Guide to Ethical Decision Making Turns 21: A conversation with Dr. Holly Forester-Miller [Audio Podcast]. The Thoughtful Counselor. Retrieved from https://wp.me/p7R6fn-iu
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