Part ISelect one of the two ethical dilemmas below (vignettes 1 & 2). In addition, please provide a description of an ethical dilemma (value conflict) you have experienced or observed in your field placement.Vignette #1 You are a supervisor in a child welfare agency. Recently one of your supervisees has become depressed following the separation from his wife of 10 years. You feel that his personal problems have not affected his work, but you notice that your supervisory sessions have been more focused on issues regarding the separation, i.e., stormy battles with his ex-wife, plans for joint custody of the children and his search for a new apartment.He has also shared with you that his separation is particularly traumatic for him as it reminds him of when his parents separated when he was 10 years old. You have had several lunches with him to discuss his problems. You notice that microwaves are on sale at a local department store and you are thinking of buying one for him as a housewarming gift and taking it to him in his new apartment to acknowledge his bachelor state.Vignette #2In conducting an intake interview with a client in a family agency, you observe that both of her young children are withdrawn. Further, one of the children is badly bruised, and the other, an infant, appears malnourished. Throughout the interview, the client seems defensive and suspicious and also ambivalent about having come for an interview. At one point, she states that she feels overwhelmed with her parenting responsibilities and is having difficulty in coping with her children. She also alludes to her fear that she may hurt them but then abruptly changes the subject. As you encourage her to return to discussion of her problems with the children, your client says she has changed her mind about wanting help, takes her children in hand, and leaves the office.For both of these (one vignette you choose and your own example), please answer the following questions:Describe your understanding of the ethical problem you have selected. Why is it a dilemma? What value conflicts are involved? (Cite literature to support your observations and discussion).Indicate how you would address this dilemma, i.e., what you would do (say to the client or others or not say or do) and explain the ethical rationale you would use to support your intervention or no intervention (Cite literature that gives rationale to your decision).3. What is the “best practice approach” in these case situations? Does the best practice approach and ethical approach differ? If so, please explain why, or why not.(Cite literature to support your practice approach). Part IIIn thinking about your current and/or last years field placement, how has the supervisory style and skills of your field instructor(s) influenced your learning process and practice. What was your role in the supervisory relationship? What have you learned from your experience/or not learned in supervision that will inform your thinking and behavior as a future supervisor (positive or negative, or both).In answering this question, consider issues of authority, parallel process, dependency, privilege, autonomy, splitting, boundaries, manipulation, control, power, and differences and similarities between you and your field instructor (e.g., age, gender, race, ethnicity, class, and sexual orientation). Be sure to refer to specific readings.the current placement is at a high school try to relate that with part 2 as much as possible.