Complete comparative list of different Codes of Ethics on a variety of topics By Ofer Zur, Ph. Table Of Contents Overview American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT) American Counseling Association (ACA) American Psychiatric Association (Ap A) American Psychoanalytic Association (APsa A) American Psychological Association (APA) California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) National Association of Social Workers (NASW) National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC) Overview Traditionally, in graduate and postgraduate educational programs such as Psychoanalytic, Jungian, or Cognitive-Behavioral institutions, it was common for analysts or therapists, who were often on the faculty of the institution, to teach or instruct the institute's students, as well as serve on committees with students.
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Trainees are allowed to fulfill the therapy or analysis requirement with therapists or analysts from outside the institutes in order to avoid the dual roles of clients and students.
As noted below, most professional associations' code of ethics state that therapists-teacher dual roles are unethical.
The issues of sexual relationships between faculty and students in training institutions and graduate and post-graduate programs has also been a major concern in recent decades.
As noted below, most professional associations' code of ethics clearly state that sexual relationships between teacher/instructor and current students are unethical.
Similarly, the below quotes from different codes of ethics show that the dual role of supervisor and therapists/analysts is also frowned upon by most codes of ethics.