Being Conscientious: Ethics of Impairment and Self Care – SocialWorker.com

Nobody is perfect. What are our ethical obligations when we are experiencing physical, emotional, social, or spiritual distress that impairs our ability to practice social work competently?

via Being Conscientious: Ethics of Impairment and Self Care – SocialWorker.com.

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