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Ethical Reasoning for Mental Health Professionals (Paperback)
  • Ethical Reasoning for Mental Health Professionals (Paperback)

Ethical Reasoning for Mental Health Professionals (Paperback)

Paperback 408 Pages / Published: 09/03/2006
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This core textbook not only provides ethical and legal issues, along with representative case studies, it also-and more importantly-helps students to develop their own framework for ethical reasoning. The author surveys various methods of ethical reasoning and then helps students to apply ethical principles to novel professional circumstances.

Features & Benefits:

- Survey of major principles and methods of ethical reasoning;

- Innovative framework to support individual ethical reasoning and decision making;

- A comprehensive presentation of ethical issues pertaining to therapy, assessment, industrial/organizational work, teaching, and research;

- A cutting edge chapter on ethics and the use of technology in clinical practice;

- Numerous case situations to exemplify ethical dilemmas and ethical responses;

- Inclusion of ethical codes pertaining to both counseling and psychotherapy.

Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
ISBN: 9780761930945
Number of pages: 408
Weight: 676 g
Dimensions: 231 x 187 x 22 mm


"I would really recommend this as an excellent class text and desk reference. I would describe this as a very comprehensive, up to date text on ethics that includes most mental health professionals.

This was very thorough and well written....the inclusion of case examples throughout the chapters really brought home the points that the author was trying to make. The author was very skilled at going into depth while covering the ethical dimensions and did not merely provide superficial discussion."

-- Kathleen M. Salyers

"A comprehensive description of the ethical issues in clinical and counseling psychology grounded in a philosophical approach to thinking about ethics. The approach it takes of emphasizing ethical theory and reasoning is strong and more useful than the more typical code based approach."

-- Donald Brunnquell

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