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Ethical Practice in the Human Services : From Knowing to Being

Parsons, Richard D.   Dickinson, Karen L.

SAGE Publications, Inc 2016/10
416p.
出版国: US
ISBN: 9781506332918
eISBN: 9781506332932
KNPID: EY00112316
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Ethical Practice in the Human Services by Richard D. Parsons and Karen L. Dickinson moves beyond addressing ethical issues and principles to helping readers actually practice ethical behavior through awareness of their personal morals, values, and choices. 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. Robust pedagogy includes case illustrations and guided exercises to give readers a deeper understanding of the underlying moral principles and values that serve as a foundation for the various ethical codes.

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