When searching the databases for articles, do not type in whole sentences.
You will be researching anything relevant to the ethical practice of addiction counseling - Confidentiality, Duty to Warn, Mandated patients, ethics of compulsory 12 Step participation, ethical issues in treating adolescents, dual relationships, record keeping, payment for services, universal values, etc (not the ethics of doing research with addicts). You are not researching e.g. the success rate of mandated treatment, but rather what are the ethical issues (problems, debates) that need to be kept in mind if this were applied in practice.
Look at your course readings for ideas on topics. Scan the titles of the articles listed in the bibliographies of your readings for additional topics and keywords you can use to search.
There is no one 'correct' search word to use. Different keywords will give you additional results. Think of words that mean the same or something similar as your topic and try those words too. E.g. Compulsory treatment: duress, coersion, involuntary, pressure, persuasion (or alternatively: autonomy, freedom, consent, voluntary, self-determination.) Search multiple times in a single database before deciding it does not have any useful articles.
Since this class is only researching counseling for addiction, you might include a search term such as addiction, substance use / abuse or something more specific (e.g. alcoholism). This will help eliminate articles about counseling for other reasons.
Use the asterisk * to truncate words and widen your search. Addict* will search for Addict, Addiction and Addictions.
e.g. search Coercion AND Addict* AND Ethic*
or Coerc* AND Addict* And Treatment
or Ethic* AND Addict* AND Involuntary Treatment
Try your search terms in different combinations to get the greatest number of results.
See the tab "Finding Peer-Reviewed Articles" for suggested databases and search tips, plus help on saving and sending your abstract and article.