Ethics in practice: Why should I know about human rights & ethics?

When we consider ethics in practice, it is up to us to know how human rights issues impact our clients. While certain human rights issues may not impact us personally, they do impact our clients. (Let me know if you disagree – I’d love to hear your perspective.)

You have to be tuned in to the world and the things that matter to our clients. If we’re not tuned in, then we miss opportunities to connect with our clients. We are a person-centered field. We want to treat to whole person – If we’re missing huge chunks of makes that person who s/he is, then there’s a disconnect.

Ethics & human rights matters to us on a very deep integral level. Here’s why:

Join us in the course!

If you’d like to REALLY dig in to music therapy ethics, then check out Dr. Natasha Thomas’s Ethics & Human Rights course. It fulfills the ethics requirement! Here’s what’s included:

  • You’ll learn a 5-point framework for exploring ethics & human rights so that as you encounter ethical dilemmas you’ll feel confident moving forward.
  • You’ll have access to the supportive forum where all your questions get answered.
  • You’ll be a witness to deep exploration of how our cultural background impacts the service to our clients, so that your clients may feel even more honored and understood.

Join us in the course today! Our forum is about to be buzzing along. If you purchase during the new release, then you’ll get a chance to participate in Natasha’s special Office Hours. (Office Hours open you up to so much more than the course – an opportunity to connect directly with Natasha, in real-time, over the phone.) Join us!

2 Comments

  1. I am very new to whole concept of music therapy I am very interested in learning as much as I can to better serve the client we talked about quality of care and I just want to have much as information to give client in this Human Service profession thank you very much my name is Gary

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