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Ethical considerations form the foundation of care and services provided by practitioners in Mental Health (MH) and Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) treatment. Upholding ethical standards is paramount in ensuring the well-being, autonomy, and dignity of clients. Practitioners must adhere to principles such as confidentiality, informed consent, and cultural competence. Respecting the rights of individuals to make decisions about their treatment, promoting autonomy, and maintaining privacy are fundamental ethical obligations. Additionally, practitioners are tasked with ongoing self-reflection to recognize and address any biases that may impact the delivery of unbiased and equitable care. Navigating ethical dilemmas requires a commitment to transparency, collaboration, and continuous professional development, fostering a therapeutic environment grounded in integrity, trust, and respect for the diverse needs and values of clients.

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