Positive Ethics for Mental Health Professionals
A Proactive Approach
2. Auflage Juli 2021
224 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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Develop a practical and comprehensive view of professional ethics
In the newly updated Second Edition of Positive Ethics for Mental Health Professionals: A Proactive Approach, distinguished psychologists Drs. Sharon K. Anderson and Mitchell M Handelsman deliver an insightful guide for mental health professionals and trainees to stregthen and/or develop their professional and ethical identities.
Utilizing the same informal and inviting tone of the first edition, Anderson and Handelsman share the literature and provide positive discussions, exercises, case scenarios, and writing assignments, to help you explore and develop your ethical core. You'll also develop your self-reflective skills to learn how to make excellent ethical choices regarding psychotherapy and couseling.
This edition of the book also offers:
* An introduction of the idea of "tripping points", or predictable pitfalls, when making ethical choices.
* Discussions of nonrational factors in ethical decision-making, including biases, heuristics, and emotional influences.
* A renewed focus on ethical acculturation, which emphasizes the importance of your own background in the development of your ethical identity.
Perfect for undergraduate and graduate students studying psychotherapy and mental health counseling, Positive Ethics for Mental Health Professionals, will also earn a place in the libraries of mental health practitioners seeking a primer on the complicated ethical issues that inevitably arise in their practices- and how to prepare for them and navigate them.
About the Authors viii
Part I Taking Stock
Chapter 1- Basics of Awareness: Knowing Yourself and Your Core
Chapter 2- Basics of Awareness: Privilege, Discrimination, Oppression, and Social Justice
Chapter 3- The Process of Acculturation: Developing Your Professional Ethical Identity
Chapter 4- Navigating the Ethical Culture of Psychotherapy
Part II The Nuts and Bolts of Psychotherapy Ethics
Chapter 5- Boundaries and Multiple Relationships in the Psychotherapy Relationship
Chapter 6- Confidentiality: A Critical Element of Trust in the Relationship
Chapter 7- Informed Consent: The Three-Legged Stool
Chapter 8- Making the Most of Supervision
Chapter 9- Ending Psychotherapy: The Good, The Bad and the Ethical
Part III The Ethical Ceiling
Chapter 10- Putting It all Together: Toward Ethical Excellence
Appendix A: Possible Information to be Shared with Clients
Appendix B: Policy Areas
MITCHELL M. HANDELSMAN, PhD, is an award-winning Professor of Psychology and CU President's Teaching Scholar at the University of Colorado Denver. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association. He is an associate editor of the APA Handbook of Ethics in Psychology and a co-author of Ethical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy: Positive Approaches to Decision Making.