- Weld, C., & Eriksen, K. (2007). The ethics of prayer in counseling. Counseling and Values, 51(2), 125–138.
- Lambie, G. W., Davis, K. M., & Miller, G. (2008). Spirituality: Implications for professional school counselors’ ethical practice. Counseling and Values, 52(3), 211–223.
What stands out to you as you read the articles? What are your views
on introducing religious/spiritual beliefs or practices to the
counseling relationship? Why?
Reply: Go to the website for the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling (ASERVIC)
and read the publication, “Competencies for Addressing Spiritual and
Religious Issues in Counseling.” What stands out to you? How might you
bring your religious beliefs and values to the counseling relationship
without imposing them?