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Ethical reasoning for mental health professionals / Gary G. Ford.

By: Ford, Gary George.
Call number: RC455.2.E8 F67 2006 Material type: TextTextPublisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2006Description: xiii, 393 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0761930930 (cloth) ; 0761930949 (pbk.)Subject(s): Mental health personnel -- Professional ethics | Psychiatric ethics | Psychiatry -- ethics | Psychology -- ethics | Ethics, ProfessionalDDC classification: 174.2
Contents:
Introduction -- "Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct" -- Counseling's code of ethics -- Models of ethical reasoning and their effectiveness in resolving ethical conflict -- A model of the ethical decision-making process -- Ethical issues in psychotherapy and counseling -- Organizational settings and special populations -- Ethical issues in assessment and testing -- The use of computer technology in professional practice -- Practice and assessment in organizational and business settings -- Ethical issues in teaching and supervision --Ethical issues in research -- Mental health professions and the law -- State boards, ethics committees, and ethics complaints.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-310) and index.

Introduction -- "Ethical principles of psychologists and code of conduct" -- Counseling's code of ethics -- Models of ethical reasoning and their effectiveness in resolving ethical conflict -- A model of the ethical decision-making process -- Ethical issues in psychotherapy and counseling -- Organizational settings and special populations -- Ethical issues in assessment and testing -- The use of computer technology in professional practice -- Practice and assessment in organizational and business settings -- Ethical issues in teaching and supervision --Ethical issues in research -- Mental health professions and the law -- State boards, ethics committees, and ethics complaints.

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