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Ethics in Counseling & Psychotherapy

Ethics in Counseling & Psychotherapy 6th Edition

By: Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel
ISBN-10: 1305089723
/ ISBN-13: 9781305687837
Edition: 6th Edition
Language: English
				
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Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Standards, Research, and Emerging Issues

    • About the Author
    • Contents
    • Preface

Part 1: A Framework for Understanding Professional Ethical Values and Standards

    • Chapter 1: Introduction to Professional Ethics: A Psychology and Philosophy for Ethical Practice
    • Foundations and Resources for Ethical Practice
    • Literature from Developmental Psychology
    • Codes of Ethics
    • Literature from Philosophy
    • Literature from Neuroscience
    • Research on Professional Ethics
    • Ethics and the Law
    • When Personal and Professional Values Conflict
    • Positive Ethics and Risk Management
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 2: A Model for Ethical Practice: Using Resources to Enhance Individual Judgment and Ethical
    • Forms of Ethical Reasoning
    • A Model for Ethical Decision Making
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 3: Ethical Practice in a Multicultural Society: The Promise of Justice
    • The Language of Multicultural Counseling
    • The Foundation of Ethical Practice in a Diverse Society
    • The Context of the Current Ethical Standards
    • The Codes of Ethics on Multicultural Practice
    • Competence with Diverse Populations
    • A Critique of the Current Ethics Codes
    • Misinterpretations of Multicultural Competence
    • When Clients Express Prejudicial Ideas
    • Cases for Discussion and Analysis
    • Multicultural Competencies: Case Application
    • Conflicts between Religious Values and Service to Diverse Clients
    • Additional Cases for Discussion
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources

Part 2: Major Ethical Issues for Counselors and Therapists

    • Chapter 4: Competence to Practice: Building and Maintaining a Foundation for Doing Good and Avoiding
    • Components of Professional Competence
    • Professional Standards for Practice
    • Challenges in Defining the Limits of Competence
    • Distress, Burnout, and Other Competence Problems
    • Legal Ramifications of Incompetent Practice
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 5: Confidentiality: Supporting the Client’s Dignity and Right to Privacy
    • Ethical Principles and Virtues Underlying Confidentiality
    • Codes of Ethics on Confidentiality
    • Confidentiality and Communication with Other Mental Health Professionals
    • Confidentiality and Communication with Significant Others of the Professional
    • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication
    • The Limits of Confidentiality
    • Confidentiality with Special Populations
    • Confidentiality in a Multicultural Context
    • Emerging Challenges to Confidentiality: Managed Care, Technology, and Institutional Violence
    • Confidentiality and Threats of Homicide-Suicide
    • Summary
    • Confidentiality Case for Analysis Using the 10-Step Model
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 6: Informed Consent: Affirming the Client’s Freedom of Choice
    • The History of Informed Consent
    • Underlying Ethical Principles and Virtues
    • Codes of Ethics on Informed Consent
    • Informed Consent and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
    • Approaches to Informed Consent
    • The Interplay of Ethical, Clinical, and Diversity Considerations
    • Applications to Minors and to Special Populations
    • Court-Mandated Counseling
    • Informed Consent in Assessment
    • Research Findings on Informed Consent
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 7: Sexualized Relationships with Clients, Students, Supervisees, and Research Participants:
    • Rationale for the Prohibition
    • Factors That Affect Client Vulnerability to Exploitation
    • Effects on the Professional and the Profession
    • Causes and Scope of the Problem
    • Sexual Contact with Former Clients: Controversy and Conflicting Rules
    • Sexual Contact in Online, Educational, Consultation, and Employment Settings
    • Distinguishing between Sexual Feelings and Sexual Misconduct
    • The Place of Nonerotic Touch in This Context
    • Providing Effective Subsequent Therapy for Victims
    • Cases Reexamined
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 8: Nonsexual Multiple Relationships and Boundary Issues: Risking Objectivity and Client Welf
    • Definition of Terms
    • Underlying Dynamics in Multiple Relationships
    • The Views of Ethics Scholars
    • Research Findings: Practitioner and Consumer Views
    • Accepting Gifts from Clients
    • Boundary Extensions and Multiple Relationships in Rural and Small Community Practice
    • The Ethics of Barter
    • Cases Reexamined
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 9: Interventions with Groups, Couples, and Families: Unique Ethical Responsibilities
    • Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
    • Counseling and Psychotherapy with Families and Couples
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 10: The Ethics of Assessment: Using Fair Procedures in Responsible Ways
    • The Ethics of Diagnosis
    • The Ethics of Testing
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources

Part 3: Prevention and Remediation of Misconduct: The before and after of Ethics

    • Chapter 11: Maximizing the Opportunity to Prevent Misconduct and Minimizing the Damage When Preventi
    • Primary Prevention
    • When Prevention Fails
    • Formal Disciplinary Procedures
    • Supporting the Client through the Complaint Process
    • Responding to an Ethics Complaint
    • Self-Monitoring: Taking Responsibility in the Absence of a Complaint
    • A Three-Step Model of Recovery
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources

Part 4: Ethical Issues in Special Settings

    • Chapter 12: Ethics in Community, College, Addiction, and Forensic Settings: Avoiding Conflicts of In
    • Responsibilities to Clients
    • Responsibilities to Colleagues
    • Responsibilities to Third Parties
    • Ethics in College Counseling
    • The Ethics of Addiction Counseling
    • The Ethics of Coaching
    • The Ethics of Forensic Activities
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 13: The Professional School Counselor: Applying Professional Standards to the Educational Cu
    • The Counselor Role in an Open Communication Culture
    • School Policies and the Role of the School Counselor
    • Legal Issues: State and Federal Statutes
    • Liability for School Counselors: An Emerging Reality or an Unsubstantiated Fear?
    • School Violence: Legal and Ethical Dimensions
    • Ethical Issues in Post-Secondary Planning
    • Ethics of Group Counseling in Schools
    • Ethics of Peer Helping Programs
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 14: The Ethics of Supervision and Consultation: Modeling Responsible Behavior
    • Competence to Supervise
    • Responsible Use of Supervisory Power
    • Multicultural Supervision
    • Responsibilities for Client Welfare
    • Boundary Issues
    • Legal Aspects of Supervision
    • Relationships with Third-Party Payers
    • Consultation
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources
    • Chapter 15: Counselors and Therapists as Teachers and Researchers: Integrity, Science, and Care
    • The Ethics of Teaching
    • The Ethics of Research
    • Special Ethical Concerns for Counseling and Therapy Researchers
    • Summary
    • Discussion Questions
    • Cases for Discussion
    • Recommended Readings
    • Additional Online Resources

References

Appendix A: American Counseling Association, Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice

Appendix B: American Psychological Association, Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Cond

Appendix C: American School Counselors Association, Ethical Standards for School Counselors

Appendix D: List of Specialized Ethics Codes and Guidelines in Mental Health Disciplines

Author Index

Subject Index


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