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Finally, the Procedural Rules were reoriented to reflect Credential Holders with the International Board of Christian Care (IBCC) and their affiliate boards (the Board of Christian Professional and Pastoral Counselors, the Board of Christian Life Coaching, the Board of Christian Crisis and Trauma Response) and Christian Counseling Network (CCN) members, as opposed to general AACC members.Overall, Committee members felt that the new 2014 Christian Code of Ethics represents one of the most comprehensive documents currently used within the counseling field.These values are manifested through the attitude, code of conduct and principles of the individual.The Baltimore-Washington Conference of The United Methodist Church is committed to ministry and work environments that are free of discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, and sexual violence.This policy does not supplant the formal complaint process and its attendant fair process protection as found in the .Rather, the policy stands alongside it, to ensure the deepest clarity of definitions, expectations, and processes. Theological Foundation: Every human being is created in the image of God and therefore possesses sacred worth, which must be respected in all relationships.The AACC Law and Ethics Committee recently completed its review and revision work on the initial draft of the 2014 Christian Counseling Code of Ethics.
It is both the ethical and the legal responsibility of the Annual Conference to take all reasonably available steps to protect those who participate in or may be impacted by our ministries.Nelson, United Theological Seminary "With wisdom borne from years of their own ministries in seminary and parish, Wiest and Smith have given us not only solid insight into issues of integrity in ministry, but into the complex and theological nature of the profession of ministry itself." Marjorie Suchocki, Wesley Theological Seminary "In this world, the comfort of knowing oneself to be right is denied to all but the Pharisees among us.No individual can evade responsibility for ethical decisions. point directions, set limits, and profoundly shape the mind of the professional clergy ...Future efforts will include the development of guidance documents that will provide greater depth and biblical considerations regarding the interpretation and application of various sections within the Code.Other revisions include an increased depth in the cultural competency section (ethnicity and cultural groups), as well as adding an entirely new section devoted to the use of technology in counseling (the delivery of e Counseling/e Care services, protecting client confidentiality, privacy issues related to medical/counseling records, consent considerations, the proper use of social media, etc.).