The essay doesn’t require and abstract.
Case Vignette 1:
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: provide insightful, thorough, and accurate description of decision-making process.
Assessment of option that best upholds the ethical standards of the profession