Becoming an Ethical Helping Professional takes mental health professionals on a wide-ranging tour of ethics—covering both the theoretical as well as practical aspects of providing sound, ethical care. A unique and comprehensive resource, this book challenges students and professionals to consider both the process and the content of making ethical choices as a helping professional.
|Series:||Wiley Desktop Editions Series|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.20(d)|
Table of Contents
About the Authors.
About the Contributors.
Section One: The Foundation.
One. Counseling Ethics and the Big Picture.
Two. Philosophical and Culture: Roots and Prisms.
Three. Ethics Codes, Codes of Conduct, Employer Policies, and the Law.
Four. Professional Identity Development: Values and Definitions.
Section Two: The Day to Day Challenges Common to All.
Five. The Helping Relationship: From Beginning to End.
Six. Confidentiality and Trust.
Seven. Boundaries, Roles, and Limits.
Eight. Assessment, Evaluation, Testing: Peering Through the Right Lenses.
Nine. Competence, Accountability, and Research: How We Know What We Should Know.
Section Three: Specific Specialties and Professional Identities.
Ten. Counseling in the Schools, (By John Sommers-Flanagan, Nancy Bodenhorn, and Rita Sommers-Flanagan).
Eleven. Psychotherapy, Mental Health Counseling, and Career Counseling.
Twelve. More Specialties: Families, Couples, Rehabilitation, Addictions, Pastoral.
Thirteen. Teaching, Mentoring, Supervision.
Appendix A: Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
About the DVD.