Ethical Maturity defined
"Having the reflective, rational, emotional and intuitive capacity decide actions are right and wrong or good and better, having the resilience and courage to implement those decisions, being accountable for ethical decisions made (publicly or privately), being able to live with the decisions made and integrating the learning into our moral character and future actions."
Sourced from Michael Carroll's and Elisabeth Shaw's Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions - Making Difficult Life and Work Decisions. (2012) PsychOz Publications Australia.
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