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"(This) book helps therapists understand the philosophical bases for ethical choices. It breaks down complex concepts into terms that students with little to no background in philosophy can grasp, without violating the integrity of those concepts' contents. Even though it is written for counselors, I regard it as highly applicable to family therapy, social work and psychology as well."
"The text requires students to see ethics as much more than their respective professional codes and asks that they think about ethics and learn to ground their ethical decisions in multiple theoretical points of view. That is a great strength over any other text I am aware of…. This text is the best presentation I have seen of where ethics come from, how/when to apply ethical thinking, and why we need to do so to be professional."