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Research in this study indicates that high levels of self-awareness as well as a clearly defined self-identity are related to increased levels of care and ethical decision making among counselors. An enhanced social-cognitive development of the counselor education graduate student is associated with an increased ability for them (in the future) to process legal and ethical dilemmas such as the right to die legislation and how it could affect them professionally. This study includes implications for counselors and the training and supervision of counselor education graduate students who may be affected by the right to die legislation and the way it affects their interaction with their clients.
Darby, T. H.(2014). Qualitative Examination of Graduate Counselor Education Students Perceptions of Self-Awareness Pertaining to Future Efficacy in the Counseling Environment. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from https://scholarcommons.sc.edu/etd/3568