Ethics in psychotherapy and counseling [electronic resource] : a practical guide / Kenneth S. Pope, Melba J.T. Vasquez.
By: Pope, Kenneth S.
Contributor(s): Vasquez, Melba Jean Trinidad.Publisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, c2007Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 458 p.).ISBN: 9780787994006; 9780787994655.Subject(s): Counseling psychologists -- Professional ethics | Psychotherapists -- Professional ethics | Counseling psychology -- Moral and ethical aspects | Psychotherapy -- Moral and ethical aspects | Counseling psychologist and client | Ethics, Professional | Counseling -- ethics | Psychotherapy -- ethics | Codes of Ethics | Health Personnel -- ethics | Professional-Patient Relations -- ethics | Professional Misconduct | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Business Ethics | Psychotherapie | Psychotherapeut-cliënt-relatie | BeroepsethiekGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Orubt versuib,: Ethics in psychotherapy and counseling.DDC classification: 174/.91583 Online resources: Click here to access online
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 407-436) and indexes.
Helping without hurting: personal responsibility, constant questioning, and basic assumptions -- Ethics and critical thinking -- Trust, power, and caring -- Competence and the human therapist -- Creating strategies for self-care -- Creating a professional will -- Codes and complaints in context: historical, empirical, and actuarial foundations -- Responding to ethics, licensing, or malpractice complaints -- Steps in ethical decision making -- Beginnings and endings, absences and accessibility -- Informed consent and informed refusal -- Assessment, testing, and diagnosis -- Sexual relationships with clients -- Nonsexual multiple relationships and other boundary issues -- Culture, context, and individual differences -- Confidentiality -- Responding to suicidal risk -- The supervisory relationship -- Appendixes.