Counselling in Aotearoa New Zealand has moved towards an ethic of practice founded in partnership relationships. This accessible guide locates ethical practice in the context of New Zealand's Treaty-based culture, law and legal systems, and the New Zealand Association of Counsellors' Code of Ethics. A wide range of practitioners discuss ethical dilemmas that challenge them in their daily work. Their perspectives offer many creative ways to think about acting ethically in various contexts, including schools, private practice, community agencies, working in people's homes and e-counselling. As well, Ethics in Practice acknowledges that at times things go wrong, and includes practical and frank guidance for a range of situations. This book offers both an orientation to professional ethics for students in counsellor education programmes, and conceptual and practical sophistication that will be of value to experienced practitioners. By situating ethical practice in an Aotearoa New Zealand context, this book will also be valuable to other social service and health professionals.