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Praise for Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling, Fourth Edition
"A stunningly good book. . . . If there is only one book you buy on ethics, this is the one."
—David H. Barlow, PhD, ABPP, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Boston University
"The Fourth Edition continues to be the gold standard. . . . a must-read in every counseling/therapy training program. It is that good and valuable."
—Derald Wing Sue, PhD, Professor of Psychology and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University
"A must-have for therapists at every step of their career from student to wise elder."
—Bonnie Strickland, PhD, former president, American Psychological Association
"This Fourth Edition of the best book in its field has much timely new material. . . . A brilliant addition is an exploration of how reasonable people can conscientiously follow the same ethical principles yet reach different conclusions . . . an essential sourcebook."
—Patrick O'Neill, PhD, former president, Canadian Psychological Association
"Essential for all practicing mental health professionals and students."
—Nadine Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, President, American Board of Professional Psychology
"I particularly enjoyed the chapter on ethical practice in the electronic world, which was informative even to this highly tech-savvy psychologist. The chapter on responses to the interrogations issue is destined to be a classic. . . . Bravo! Mandatory reading."
—Laura Brown, PhD, ABPP, 2010 President, APA Division of Trauma Psychology
"There's no better resource to have at your fingertips."
—Eric Drogin, JD, PhD, ABPP, former chair, APA Committee on Professional Practice and Standards and APA Committee on Legal Issues
"Two of psychology's national treasures, Drs. Ken Pope and Melba Vasquez walk the walk of psychotherapy ethics. Simply the best book in its genre."
—John Norcross, PhD, ABPP, Professor of Psychology and Distinguished University Fellow, University of Scranton
Examines interplay of needs of clients, values of therapist, formal standards, legal obligations & external factors.
|1||Helping Without Hurting: Enhancing Ethical Awareness||1|
|2||Ethical and Legal Codes and Complaints: Historical, Actuarial, and Empirical Foundations||19|
|3||Trust, Power, and Caring||40|
|4||Common Misperceptions That Interfere with Ethical Practice||49|
|5||The Human Therapist||59|
|6||Asking Questions: A Case Study in Questioning Claims from the Recovered Memory Controversy||69|
|7||Beginnings and Endings, Absences and Accessibility||109|
|8||Informed Consent and Informed Refusal||126|
|9||Assessment, Testing, and Diagnosis||143|
|10||Sexual Relationships with Clients||160|
|11||Nonsexual Multiple Relationships||190|
|12||Cultural, Contextual, and Individual Differences||210|
|13||Maintaining and Waiving Confidentiality||223|
|14||Responding to Suicidal Risk||244|
|15||The Supervisory Relationship||262|
|App. A||Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct||275|
|App. B||Patients' Mental Health Rights||315|
|App. C||Ethical Guidelines for Professional Care in a Managed Care Environment||320|
|App. D||Sample Informed Consent Form||325|
|About the Authors||361|