Case Example 1 Susan and Ron are colleagues at the University Counseling Center, and often work long hourstogether. They soon discovered they have common professional and personal interests.However, as Ron’s supervisor, Susan has explained that dating is off limits, but over time theattraction was too much to deny, so they started a romantic relationship. If you were thesupervisor and found yourself involved in a romantic relationship with an employee over whomyou exercise authority, what ethical principles may be violated, and what would be your ethicalobligations? Discuss what your decisions would be, and the reasoning behind those decisionsutilizing the Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct. Case Example 2 Cammy’s probation ofﬁcer suggested that she could end her probation earlier if she agreed to goto counseling. In fact, he located a community fund to pay your fee if Cammy agrees to get thecounseling. However, the probation ofﬁcer insists that he be provided with all case notes andregularly informed of Cammy’s progress. As the counselor, you meet with Cammy and quicklyrealize that she has been in a number of abusive relationships, and comes from an enmeshed,intrusive family system. You ﬁrmly believe that Cammy will need to be able to disclose thingsfrom her past that you will not want to share with the probation ofﬁcer. The probation ofﬁcerfound the money to hire you. Is he, in any way, your client? Do you owe him anything?