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The Journal of Social Work Values and Ethics
Moral courage requires commitment to moral principles and action on those principles in the face of a threat to personal well-being. Self-awareness is a critical first step in being able to commit to ethical principles (Mattison, 2000). Ethical decision-making is a process and requires that participants be aware of how values, assumptions, moral development, and emotional skills influence decision-making. This article focuses on strategies to ensure instructors, supervisors, and colleagues arefatcat:melahanpcncy7j5g2oybljjyqm