Weekly Log: An Ethical Dilemma

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First, I would like to acknowledge this experience has taught me self-discipline. For example, by using daily logs I have learned m weaknesses as well as strengths. Each week tacking m progress pushed me to do better and motivated me to continue working towards the end goal. Furthermore, using weekly logs is a phenomenal tool to incorporate in future practice with clients. Incorporating weekly logs as an intervention will help hold the client accountable and allow them to see their progress in real time. If individuals are honest about their recovery and use it to better themselves, it can assist in honing what they’ve learned. Ultimately daily logs will work towards maintaining their recovery or therapeutic journey. Furthermore, I do not foresee the intervention being an ethical dilemma. An ethical dilemma is defined as situations in which there is a choice to be made between two options, neither of which resolves the situation in an ethically acceptable fashion. Moreover, treatment should be person centered and based upon a client’s needs. Providing a client with multiple interventions which aren’t attainable or…show more content…
If a client is resistance to the idea of keeping logs, I will respect their decision, and encourage them to use when they’re ready. Additionally, I will render my experience with using daily logs and share success stories. The idea of counseling/treatment is engaging the client at their level of recovery and help them progress beyond their state of being at that time. Being understanding and having empathy for clients aids trust with the practitioner. Lastly, I plan to continue to eat healthy and track my blood sugars regular. I will continue to stay away from high amounts of carbs and exercise 3 days a week. In closing, by using these logs I gained more information about diabetes regarding how it affects the body and I plan continue to use the tool to motivate a healthy

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