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Examines interplay of needs of clients, values of therapist, formal standards, legal obligations & external factors.
1. Helping Without Hurting: Personal Responsibility, Constant Questioning, and Basic Assumptions.
2. Ethics and Critical Thinking.
3. Trust, Power, and Caring.
4. Competence and the Human Therapist.
5. Creating Strategies for Self-Care.
6. Creating a Professional Will.
7. Codes and Complaints in Context: Historical, Empirical, and Actuarial, Foundations.
8. Responding to Ethics, Licensing, or Malpractice Complaints.
9. Steps in Ethical Decision Making.
10. Beginnings and Endings, Absences and Accessibility.
11. Informed Consent and Informed Refusal.
12. Assessment, Testing, and Diagnosis.
13. Sexual Relationships with Clients.
14. Nonsexual Multiple Relationships and Other Boundary Issues.
15. Culture, Context, and Individual Differences.
17. Responding to Suicidal Risk.
18. The Supervisory Relationship.
Appendix A. American Psychological Association Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct.
Appendix B. Canadian Psychological Association Code of Ethics for Psychologists.
Appendix C. American Psychological Association Committee on Legal Issue Strategies for Private Practitioners Coping with Subpoenas or Compelled Testimony for Client Records or Test Data.
Appendix D. American Psychological Association Statement on Services by Telephone, Teleconferencing, and Internet.
Appendix E. Patients' Mental Health Rights.
Appendix F. Ethical Guidelines for Professional Care in a Managed Care Environment.
Appendix G. Ethics Codes and Practice Guidelines for Assessment, Therapy, Counseling, and Forensic Practice.
About the Authors.