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Based on Rhodes, Liang, & Spencer’s (2009) article, First Do No Harm: Ethical Principles for Youth Mentoring Relationships (in Profession Psychology: Research and Practice, 40(5), 452-458), this course describes how APA’s ethical principles may be applied to mentors.

Users learn:

  • Mentors will be able to list the five ethical principles for youth mentorship.
  • Mentors will be able to apply the five ethical principles in their mentorship relationships.
  • Mentors will be able to recognize and prevent potentials for harm in their mentorship relationships.
  • Mentors will be able to support at-risk youth by maintaining consistency and confidentiality in their mentorship relationships.

At the end of the brief course, users complete a knowledge check.

Who is this course for? This course is perfect for caring adults who are new to mentoring.

Interested in using the Ethical Principles for Youth Mentoring Relationships course? Contact our team.