Which of the following is true?
A)Social workers must learn to get rid of all their personal values to be effective generalist practitioners.
B)The principle of self-determination allows a social work practitioner to bend a client toward the practitioner's values.
C)If a social worker strongly believes that a client's religious beliefs could be detrimental to the client, the worker must still respect the client's right to make his own decisions.
D)Personal values of social workers should always take precedence over professional values.