Doing the Right Thing: An Approach to Moral Issues in Mental Health Treatment
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Doing the Right Thing: An Approach to Moral Issues in Mental Health Treatment uses the concept of moral functioning to present a practical ethical guide for mental health practitioners. Issues covered involve evaluating the client's ability to function morally and how to help clients address moral challenges.
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- Explain the issues surrounding Identifying moral problems.
- Describe moral dilemmas faced by clinicians.
- Explain treating unfair pain.
- Describe treatment of guilt, shame, and moral failure.
Beyond Neutrality: Moral Functioning as a Basis for Therapeutic Influence
- Shaping the Direction of Treatment
- Caring for Patients
- Moral Dilemmas
- Unfair Pain
- Guilt, Shame, and Moral Failure
- Moral Growth and Transformation
- From Fragmentation to Integration
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