Avoiding Ethical Misconduct in Psychology Specialty Areas

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With clinical psychology rapidly expanding and diversifying, new fields of expertise are emerging and new populations of clients are receiving services. This expansion has created new and important ethical issues specific to these additional areas of practice. Herein, the authors investigate these new issues, as well as some older ones, specific to the various specialty areas in clinical psychology. They present an interesting sampling of issues likely to surface in the various specialty fields. These issues are expertly illustrated by vignettes which are interpreted within the framework of the APA code of ethics. The authors, however, do not intend for this book to be a comprehensive overview of the APA code of ethics, ethical decision-making in clinical psychology or in specialty areas. The vignettes and their analyses offer psychologists, mental health professionals, and students a unique opportunity to explore their own values in a variety of ethically problematic situations. Central themes recurring throughout the book include the importance of being cognizant of one's own values and biases, having a decision-making model for dealing with potential ethical issues, and consulting with colleagues regarding ethics problems.
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Investigates ethical issues specific to old and new specialty areas of clinical psychology and illustrates principles with vignettes interpreted within the framework of the APA code of ethics. Chapters are arranged in sections on ethics codes and decision-making, ethical issues in therapy and assessment, special populations, ethics and institutions, and teaching and supervision. Focus is on knowing one's own values and biases, decision-making models, and consulting with colleagues regarding ethics problems. For psychologists, mental health professionals, and students. Paper edition (unseen), $52.95. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780398067977
  • Publisher: Thomas, Charles C. Publisher, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 4/28/1998
  • Pages: 340

Table of Contents

Introduction
Sect. I Ethics Codes, Philosophy, and Decision-Making
Introduction 5
Ch. 1 Philosophy, Ethical Theory, and the APA Ethical Principles 7
Ch. 2 A Practitioner's Guide to Ethical Decision-Making 26
Sect. II Ethical Issues in Therapy
Introduction 45
Ch. 3 Ethical Dilemmas in the Clinical Practice of Child Psychology 47
Ch. 4 Ethical Issues in Marital Therapy 78
Ch. 5 Ethical Issues in Group Therapy 95
Sect. III Ethical Issues in Assessment
Introduction 129
Ch. 6 Ethical Issues in Neuropsychological Assessment 131
Ch. 7 Ethical Considerations in Program Evaluation 142
Sect. IV Ethical Issues and Special Populations
Introduction 157
Ch. 8 Psychology, Aids and Ethics: A Discussion of Selected Practice Issues 159
Ch. 9 Ethics in Forensic Psychology 166
Ch. 10 Ethical Issues in the Treatment of the Seriously Mentally Ill 174
Ch. 11 Ethical Issues in the Evaluation and Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury 187
Ch. 12 Ethical, Legal, and Malpractice Issues in Assessment and Treatment of Substance use Disorders 201
Ch. 13 Ethical, Legal, and Malpractice Issues in Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Mental Disorders Caused by Psychological Traumatization 222
Sect. V Ethics and Institutions
Introduction 245
Ch. 14 Confidentiality and the Military 247
Ch. 15 Seclusion and Restraint 258
Sect. VI Teaching and Supervision
Introduction 279
Ch. 16 Ethical Issues in the Mentoring Relationship 281
Ch. 17 Ethics in Clinical Student Supervision 298
Index 313
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