Jody Hawley, PhD, has always been passionate about ethics and during the four decades of providing counselling services in a variety of settings, she collaborated in the development of more than a dozen code of ethics for several organizations. She taught counselling ethics in the graduate Vocational Rehabilitation Counselling Program at the University of British Columbia and has been a frequent presenter at conferences, workshops and seminars with a reputation of being a dynamic and engaging instructor. Additionally, her publications, research and curriculum development includes applied ethics, foundations of rehabilitation, case/disability management, job development/placement, return to work issues for PTSD, strategic communication, and training manuals. She has served on numerous advisory committees. Currently, she is an instructor at the Rehabilitation and Disability Management Program at Simon Fraser University.