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Ethics in a Multicultural Context provides strategies for critical decision making in multicultural settings. Utilizing extensive case studies, authors Sherlon P. Pack-Brown and Carmen Braun Williams present a comprehensive exploration of counseling ethics in a cultural context. Examining the implications and consequences of competent multicultural counseling, they present ethical dilemmas arising in face-to-face counseling interactions, supervisory relationships, and educational situations.

This book encourages critical thinking rather than passive acceptance. The authors identify culturally troublesome issues, encourage culturally appropriate interpretations of existing ethical guidelines, and promote ethical behavior in multicultural contexts.

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Foreword Preface Introduction Acknowledgements Dedication Section I. Overview Chapter 1. Brief Review of Principles and Goals of Three Ethical Codes The American Counseling Association The American Psychological Association The National Association of Social Workers Guidelines for Ethical Behavior Processing Ethical Complaints Critical Incident Summary and Key Points Chapter 2. Review of the Literature on Ethics in a Multicultural Context Philosophical Ethics: Four Major Schools Promoting Ethics in a Multicultural Context Multicultural Counseling: The Fourth Force in Counseling ACA, APA, NASW: 1980 to present Critical Incident Summary and Key Points Chapter 3. Ethical Codes: Multicultural Explorations and Implications Cultural Competence Purposive Decision-Making: Promoting Cultural Intentionality and Competence Culturally Biased Assumptions Worldview Analysis Critical Incident Summary and Key Points Section II Overview Chapter 4. Confused? Try Thinking in a Competent and Multicultural Context Competence within a Cultural Context AMCD Multicultural Competencies Moral Principles of Three Codes of Ethics: The View within a Cultural Context A Multicultural Framework: Ethical Thinking and Decision-Making within a Multicultural Context Review of ACA, APA, and NASW Ethical Codes Within a Cultural Content Critical Incident Summary and Key Points Chapter 5. Awareness: The First Stage of Ethical Thinking in a Multicultural Context The Person and Then the Professional A Framework Promoting Self-Awareness to Facilitate Understanding the Cultural Behavior of Others Approach to Difference Critical Incident Summary and Key Points Chapter 6. Knowledge and Skills, Stages 2 and 3: Ethical Thinking and Decision-Making in a Multicultural Context Precounseling: Becoming a Helper Within a Multicultural Context Adapting Learned Skills and Counseling Theory to Work Ethically Within a Client's Cultural Framework Plan of Action: Moving from Awareness and Knowledge to Action Ethical Decision Making In a Multicultual Context Summary and Key Points Overview Chapter 7. Dual Relationships ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Summary and Key Points Chapter 8. Unintentional Cultural Bias ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Expert's Discussion - Colleen Logan Summary and Key Points Chapter 9. Client Welfare ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Summary and Key Points Chapter 10. Bartering for Services ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Expert's Discussion - Michael Tlanusta Garett Summary and Key Points Chapter 11. Fostering Dependency ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Summary and Key Points Chapter 12. Boundaries of Competence ACA Code APA Code NASW Code Questions for Reflection and Discussion Expert's Discussion - Sandra I. Lopez-Baez Summary and Key Points References Glossary of Terms Index About the Authors

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