All certified professionals will eventually be faced with ethical dilemmas that are difficult to resolve and offer challenges to their professional practice. All certified professionals are expected to engage in ethical decision-making. Ethical decision-making includes considering the context of the situation, values, and ethical standards and is consultative in nature. 

Course Content developed by Alissa Bradley, MPA,  and Mary Jo Mather, PCB Executive Director.

Cost: $25.00

Directions: Read each section in its entirety and complete the quiz with 75% of the questions correct. You will have three (3) attempts to satisfactorily complete the quiz.  All of the quiz questions are derived from the content in each section.  At the end of each assignment, click "Next" at the bottom of the page to continue.

Once you have completed the course, you will be able to download a printable certificate of completion.


McLean, Margaret. Making Decisions About Right and Wrong 

Remley, Jr. Theodor and Herlihy, Barbara. Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Counseling. Fifth Ed. 2016.

Shanks, Thomas Everyday Ethics

Velasquez, M, Andre, C., Shanks, T., and Meyer, M. What is Ethics?

CEU Hours