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人的サービスにおける倫理的実践

Ethical Practice in the Human Services : From Knowing to Being

Parsons, Richard D.   Dickinson, Karen L.

Sage Pubns 2016/12
394 p. 23 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781506332918
KCN: 1025214382
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KDC: C170 福祉一般・ソーシャルワーク
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With coverage of ethical standards from six different associations, the text addresses ethical issues and principles in social work, counseling, psychologoy, and marriage and family therapy.

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With coverage of ethical standards from six different associations, the text addresses ethical issues and principles in social work, counseling, psychology, and marriage and family therapy.
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Table of Contents

Part One: Helping: The Role and Influence of the Helper Chapter 1: Ethics - Core to Professional Helping The Helping Process: A Blending of Art and Science The Helping Process: The Meeting of Client and Helper The Role of the Client in the Process of Change The Role of the Helper in the Process of Change Chapter 2: Helper Variables: What the Helper Brings to the Helping Relationship Helper Values Helper Competence: Beyond Knowledge and Skill The Ethics of Therapeutic Choice Professionalization, Professional Ethics, and Personal Response Chapter 3: Ethical Standards: Guidelines for Helping Others Formal Ethical Standards: The Evolution of a Profession Across the Professions: A Review of Ethical Standards of Practice Common Concerns and Shared Values Across the Professions Beyond Knowing - A Call to BEING Ethical Chapter 4: Ethical Practice in an Increasingly Diverse World Prejudice - Pervasive In and Throughout the Helping Profession Responding to the Challenge Part Two: Ethics and Standards of Practice: The Professions' Chapter 5: Ethics and the Law The Helping Process as a Legal Contract The Legal Foundation of Ethical Practice When Ethics and Legalities Collide Chapter 6: Conflict: The Reality of 'Being' Ethical within the Real World Serving the Individual within a System Ethical Culture of Social Systems Who Is the Client? Chapter 7: Ethical Decision Making Codes of Ethics - Guides not Prescriptions Ethical Decision Making: A Range of Models Common Elements: An Integrated Approach to Ethical Decision Making Part Three: Applying Ethical Standards Chapter 8: Informed Consent The Rationale for Informed Consent Informed Consent across the Profession Special Challenges to Informing for Consent Chapter 9: Confidentiality Confidentiality: What and When Warranted? Legal Decisions: Confidentiality and Privileged Communications Chapter 10: Boundaries and the Use of Power Setting and Maintaining Professional Boundaries Professional Objectivity: Essential to Professional Boundaries Legal Decisions Chapter 11: Efficacy of Treatment Practicing Within the Realm of Competence Professional Development: Knowing the State of the Profession The Standard of Care: Appropriate Treatment Employing an Action Research Approach to Practice The Use of Referral Recent Legal Decisions Chapter 12: Evaluation and Accountability Monitoring and Evaluating Intervention Effects Recent Legal Decisions Chapter 13: Ethical Challenges Working with Groups, Couples and Families Competency to Practice Identifying the "Client" Informed Consent Confidentiality Boundaries Responsibility: Client Welfare Chapter 14: Competence and the Ethics of Self-Care Competency: More than Knowledge and Skill Burnout Compassion Fatigue The Ethical Challenge Ethical Response