To be involved in counselling is to be involved in ethics. Analyse a real-live case study in Singapore to explain the moral justifications and its limitations. Apply, using 8-step ethical decision making model on how the matter may be resolved.In an essay format, describe your counselling interventions to Dr. Susan Lim using the 8-step ethical decision making model. You are expected to identify her moral dilemma(s) and guide her towards making a moral decision. As a medical professional, she was charged by the Singapore Medical Council (SMC) for excessive charging of professional fees.
1.Read full story of the case relating to Dr. Susan Lim and from any related sources to conceptualise the key issues surrounding this case. For this assignment, you can assume that Dr. Susan came to see you as soon as the issue is known by SMC and they have communicated the issue of probable misconduct to her.
2. The immediate stakeholders are Dr. Susan Lim, Singapore Medical Council (SMC) and the Brunei family. You need to read the sources related to this case.
3. You may assume that the newspaper reports are as true as it can be.
4. As the attending counsellor, you are expected to identify the specific moral dilemma(s) Dr. Susan Lim may face.
5. Apply, using the 8-step ethical decision model to briefly explain how you can help Dr Susan Lim resolve her moral dilemma and to arrive to a moral decision.
6. Defend and critique the moral position of Dr Susan Lim using any one of the moral theories taught in this module. You are also expected to identify the limitations of the theory chosen.
7. Do provide a simple introduction and conclusion for this essay.
8. Do use clear paragraphing to identify and support your answers.
9. Correctly reference all works used in the creation of your essay (minimum 8) and provide in text citation of the location in your essay you have used this work.