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Issues and ethics in the helping professions

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Brooks/Cole, Volume 8th, Belmont, Calif., p.587 (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb BF76.4 .C67 2011

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9441872

Keywords:

Counselors--Professional ethics, Ethics, Medical, Psychothérapeutes, Psychotherapists--Professional ethics, Psychotherapy--ethics

Abstract:

Contents: Introduction to professional ethics -- The counselor as a person and as a professional -- Values and the helping relationship -- Multicultural perspectives and diversity issues -- Client rights and counselor responsibilities -- Confidentiality : ethical and legal issues -- Managing boundaries and multiple relationships -- Professional competence and training -- Issues in supervision and consultation -- Issues in theory and practice -- Ethical issues in couples and family therapy -- Ethical issues in group work -- Ethical issues in community work.; Summary: In this book, authors Corey, Corey and Callanan provide readers with the basis for discovering their own guidelines within the broad limits of professional codes of ethics and divergent theoretical positions. They raise what they consider to be central issues, present a range of diverse views on these issues, discuss their position, and present many opportunities for readers to refine their own thinking and actively develop their own position. The authors explore such questions as: What role do the therapist's personal values play in the counseling relationship? What ethical responsibilities and rights do clients and therapists have? And, what considerations are involved in adapting counseling practice to diverse client populations? --From publisher's description.

Publication Language:

eng