Ethics can be defined as a group of moral principles that govern or guide a person or a group’s behaviors. Ethics seeks to distinguish human behaviors on a continuum between right and wrong.
Ethics define the beliefs that every individual holds as to what they believe signifies correct and appropriate conduct. Ethical codes are often created in many professions and within organizations in order to provide guidelines for individuals and groups as a framework for understanding ethical expectations.
We should always continuously strive for uncompromising aspirational ethics in everything that we do, both personally and professionally.
My areas of ethical specialization include assisting clinicians, educators, researchers, and organizations navigate through the complex ethical dilemmas and ethical considerations that may occur when religious, spiritual, and non-religious beliefs become inserted, intentionally or unintentionally, into clinical, educational, organizational, and business environments.