Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Standards, Research, and Emerging Issues
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Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy provides a comprehensive look at
the ethical dilemmas which professionals deal with in practice. Numerous
case studies examine most every ethical situation a practitioner is likely
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- Research, and Emerging Issues
- Introduction to Professional Ethics: A Psychology and Philosophy for Ethical Standards.
- A Model of Ethical Decision Making: Using Resources to Enhance Individual Judgment.
- Competence to Practice: Building a Foundation for Doing Good and Avoiding Harm.
- Confidentiality: Supporting the Client's Right to Privacy.
- Informed Consent: Affirming the Client's Freedom of Choice.
- Sexual Misconduct: Violations of Power and Trust.
- Non-sexual Boundary Violations: Risking Objectivity and Client Welfare.
- Group and Family Counseling: Unique Ethical Challenges.
- The Ethics of Diagnosis and Testing: Using Fair Procedures in Responsible Ways.
- Ethical Counseling in a Multicultural Society: The Promise of Justice.
- The Ethics in Community and Consulting Settings: Avoiding Conflicts of Interest.
- School Counseling: Applying Professional Standards to the Educational Culture.
- The Ethics of Supervision: Modeling Responsible Behavior.
- Ethical Teaching and Research: Respecting Goals of Science and the Rights of Students and Participants.
- Responsibilities for Self and Colleagues: Reporting, Recovery and Rehabilitation.
- Explain the principle of confidentiality.
- Describe the impact of therapist sexual misconduct.
- Explain the ethics of assessment.
- Describe the ethics of supervision.
- Explain the ethics of group and family counseling.
- Discuss the ethics of diagnosing and testing.