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Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1 Strengthening Ethical Intelligence: What Do I Do Now?
    • What Do I Do Now?
  • Chapter 2 Ethics in Real Life: Grad School Didn't Prepare Us for This
    • Computer Coincidences
    • Life in Chaos
    • Evaluating Children
    • The Fatal Disease
    • The Mechanic
    • The Postdoctoral Experience
    • Staying Sober
  • Chapter 3 The Human Therapist and the (Sometimes) Inhuman Relationship: Being Absent in the Present
  • Chapter 4 Avoiding Pseudoscience, Fads, and Academic Urban Legends
  • Chapter 5 Ethical Judgment Under Uncertainty and Pressure: Critical Thinking About Heuristics, Autho
    • Cognitive Commitments
    • Authorities
    • Groups
    • WYSIATI
    • Imaginative Illusions
      • Hindsight Bias
      • Correspondence Bias
      • False Consensus
      • Status Quo Bias
      • Omission Bias
      • Optimistic Bias
      • Narrative Bias
  • Chapter 6 26 Logical Fallacies in Ethical Reasoning
    • 1. Ad Hoc Rationalization
    • 2. Ad Hominem or Ad Feminam
    • 3. Affirming the Consequent
    • 4. Appeal to Ignorance (Ad Ignorantium)
    • 5. Argument to Logic (Argumentum ad Logicam)
    • 6. Begging the Question (Petitio Principii)
    • 7. Composition Fallacy
    • 8. Denying the Antecedent
    • 9. Disjunctive Fallacy
    • 10. Division Fallacy
    • 11. Existential Fallacy
    • 12. False Analogy
    • 13. False Continuum
    • 14. False Dilemma
    • 15. False Equivalence
    • 16. Genetic Fallacy
    • 17. Golden Mean Fallacy
    • 18. Ignoratio Elenchi
    • 19. Mistaking Deductive Validity for Truth
    • 20. Naturalistic Fallacy
    • 21. Nominal Fallacy
    • 22. Post Hoc, Ergo Propter Hoc (After This, Therefore on Account of This)
    • 23. Red Herring
    • 24. Slippery Slope (Also Known as the Camel's Nose Fallacy)
    • 25. Straw Person
    • 26. You Too! (Tu Quoque)
  • Chapter 7 Using and Misusing Words to Reveal and Conceal
    • Substitute the General for the Specific
    • Use a Conditional Frame for Consequences
    • Use Denied Motivation as Misdirection
    • Use the Abstract Language of Technicalities
    • Use the Passive Voice
    • Make Unimportant by Contrasting With What Did Not Occur
    • Replace Intentional Unethical Behavior With the Language of Accidents, Misfortune, and Mistakes
    • Smother the Events in the Language of Attack
  • Chapter 8 Ethics Placebos, Cons, and Creative Cheating: A User's Guide
  • Chapter 9 Trust, Power, and Caring
    • Trust
    • Power
      • Power Conferred by the State
      • Power to Name and Define
      • Power of Testimony
      • Power of Knowledge
      • Power of Expectation
      • Therapist-Created Power
      • Inherent Power Differential
    • Caring
  • Chapter 10 Moral Distress and Moral Courage
    • The Psychologist as Whistle Blower: A Case Study
      • Background
      • Bureaucratic–Professional Conflict
      • The Transfer
      • Legal Maneuvers
      • The Profession’s Response
      • The Loneliness of Whistle Blowing
  • Chapter 11 The Ethics of Teletherapy, Internet Therapy, and Other Digital Work: Challenges of the N
    • Risks, Downsides, and Disasters
    • Five Special Pitfalls
      • Pitfall 1
      • Pitfall 2
      • Pitfall 3
      • Pitfall 4
      • Pitfall 5
    • Questions to Assess Uses of Digital Media
      • Where Is the Computer?
      • Is the Computer Protected From Hackers?
      • Is the Computer Protected From Malicious Code That Can Access Confidential Information?
      • Is Your Computer Protected From Viruses and Other Malware?
      • Is the Computer Protected Using a Strong Password?
      • Is Confidential Information Encrypted?
      • How Are Confidential Files Deleted?
      • How Are Computer Disks Discarded?
      • How Do You Guard Against Human Error in Handling Confidential Information?
      • How Do You Make Sure That Only the Intended Recipient Receives Your Confidential Information?
      • Do Your Clients Clearly Understand the Ways in Which They Can or Can’t Communicate With You via E-
      • Is Your Professional Website or the Website of the Clinic, Hospital, or Group Practice at Which You
      • If Your Website Includes a Function That Enables Patients to Communicate With You (e.g., by Signing
      • If You Use Social Networking Media, Suchas Facebook, Twitter, and So On, Does the Medium Form a Link
      • Are You Competent to Provide Services Through Digital Media?
  • Chapter 12 Competence and the Human Therapist
    • Competence as an Ethical and Legal Responsibility
    • Competence and Conflict
    • Intellectual Competence: Knowing About and Knowing How
    • Emotional Competence for Therapy: Knowing Yourself
  • Chapter 13 Creating-and Using-Strategies for Self-Care
    • Paying Attention to the Self
    • What Happens When Self-Care Is Neglected
      • Disrespecting Clients
      • Disrespecting Work
      • Making More Mistakes
      • Lacking Energy
      • Becoming Anxious and Afraid
      • Using Work to Block Out Unhappiness, Pain, and Discontent
      • Losing Interest
    • Making Sure the Strategies Fit
      • Isolation Versus Connection
      • Monotony Versus Variety
      • Fatigue Versus Limits, Rest, and Renewal
      • The Sedentary Life Versus Physical Activity and Exercise
      • The Dispirited Life Versus Nurturing the Spirit
      • The Unsupported Life Versus Support Networks
    • The Need for Change
  • Chapter 14 Creating a Professional Will
    • Who Takes Charge?
    • Who Serves as Backup?
    • Coordinated Planning
    • Your Office, Its Key, and Its Security
    • Your Schedule
    • Client Records and Contact Information
    • Avenues of Communication for Clients and Colleagues
    • New Messages for Your Answering Machine, E-mail Account, and So On
    • Informed Consent
    • Client Notification
    • Colleague Notification
    • Professional Liability Coverage
    • Attorney for Professional Issues
    • Billing Records, Procedures, and Instructions
    • Expenses
    • Your Personal Will
    • Legal Review
    • Copies of the Professional Will
    • Review and Update
  • Chapter 15 Codes and Complaints in Context: Historical, Empirical, and Actuarial Foundations
    • Mechanisms of Accountability
    • Ethics Committees, Codes, and Complaints
      • American Psychological Association Approach to an Ethics Code
      • The Empirical Approach to a Code Half a Century Later
      • The Current APA Ethics Code
      • Canadian Psychological Association’s Approach to an Ethics Code
    • Patterns of Ethics Complaints for CPA and APA
    • The Hoffman Report
    • Licensing Boards
    • Civil Statutes and Case Law
    • Criminal Statutes
    • Conclusion
  • Chapter 16 Responding to Ethics, Licensing, or Malpractice Complaints
    • Don't Panic
    • Consult Your Attorney First-and Make Sure You Have a Good One!
    • Notify Your Professional Liability Carrier
    • Who Is Your Attorney's Client?
    • Is the Complaint Valid?
    • Did You Make a Formal Complaint More Likely?
    • Apologize and Accept Responsibility?
    • What Are You Willing to Have Done?
    • Recognize How the Complaint Is Affecting You
    • Get the Help and Support You Need
    • What Can the Ordeal Teach?
  • Chapter 17 Steps in Ethical Decision Making
    • Step 1: State the Question, Dilemma, or Concern as Clearly as Possible
    • Step 2: Anticipate Who Will Be Affected by the Decision
    • Step 3: Figure Out Who, If Anyone, Is the Client
    • Step 4: Assess Whether Our Areas of Competence-and of Missing Knowledge, Skills, Experience, or Expe
    • Step 5: Review Relevant Formal Ethical Standards
    • Step 6: Review Relevant Legal Standards
    • Step 7: Review the Relevant Research and Theory
    • Step 8: Consider Whether Personal Feelings, Biases, or Self-Interest Might Shade Our Ethical Judgmen
    • Step 9: Consider Whether Social, Cultural, Religious, or Similar Factors Affect the Situation and th
    • Step 10: Consider Consultation
    • Step 11: Develop Alternative Courses of Action
    • Step 12: Think Through the Alternative Courses of Action
    • Step 13: Try to Adopt the Perspective of Each Person Who Will Be Affected
    • Step 14: Decide What to Do, Review or Reconsider It, and Take Action
    • Step 15: Document the Process and Assess the Results
    • Step 16: Assume Personal Responsibility for the Consequences
    • Step 17: Consider Implications for Preparation, Planning, and Prevention
  • Chapter 18 Beginnings and Endings, Absence and Access
    • Accessibility for People With Disabilities
    • Clarification
    • Therapist Availability Between Sessions
    • Vacations and Other Anticipated Absences
    • Serious Illness and Other Unanticipated Absences
    • Steps for Making Help Available in a Crisis
    • Endings
    • Conclusion
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 19 Informed Consent and Informed Refusal
    • Process of Informed Consent
    • The Foundation of Informed Consent
    • Adequate Information
    • Considerations in Providing Informed Consent
    • Failing to Provide Informed Consent
    • Benefits of Informed Consent
    • Limits of Consent
    • Consent for Families and Other Multiple Clients
    • Unequal Opportunity for Informed Consent
    • Cognitive Processes
    • Problems With Forms
    • Additional Resources
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 20 Assessment, Testing, and Diagnosis
    • Awareness of Standards and Guidelines
    • Staying Within Areas of Competence
    • Making Sure That Our Tests and Assessment Methods Stay Within Their Areas of Competence
    • Understanding Measurement, Validation, and Research
    • Ensuring That Patients Understand and Consent to Testing
    • Clarifying Access to the Test Report and Raw Data
    • Following Standard Procedures for Administering Tests
    • Knowing the Literature on Recordings and Third-Party Observers
    • Awareness of Basic Assumptions
    • Awareness of Personal Factors Leading to Misusing Diagnosis
    • Awareness of Financial Factors Leading to Misusing Diagnosis
    • Acknowledging Low Base Rates
    • Acknowledging Dual High Base Rates
    • Avoiding Confusion Between Retrospective and Predictive Accuracy
    • Awareness of Forensic Issues
    • High-Stakes Testing
    • Attention to Potential Medical Causes
    • Critically Examining Prior Records and History
    • Clearly State All Reservations About Reliability and Validity
    • Providing Adequate Feedback
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 21 Sexual Attraction to Patients, Therapist Vulnerabilities, and Sexual Relationships With P
    • How Modern Ethics Codes Address Therapist-Client Sex
    • How Therapist-Client Sex Can Injure Clients
    • Gender and Other Patterns of Perpetrators and Victims
    • Common Scenarios of Therapist-Client Sex
    • Therapist Risk Factors
    • Why Do Therapists Refrain When They Are Tempted?
    • Confronting Daily Issues
    • Physical Contact With Clients
    • Sexual Attraction to Clients
    • When the Therapist Is Unsure What to Do
    • Working With Clients Who Have Been Sexually Involved With a Therapist
    • Ethical Aspects of Rehabilitation
      • Competence
      • Informed Consent
      • Assessment
      • Power and Trust
    • Hiring, Screening, and Supervising
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 22 Nonsexual Multiple Relationships and Other Boundary Crossings: The Therapeutic, the Harmf
    • How the Field Changed Its View of Boundary Issues
    • What Makes This Area So Hard for Us?
    • Research Leading to a Call for Changes in the Ethics Code
    • Multiple Relationships as Defined by the APA and CPA Ethics Codes
    • Three Interesting Examples of Multiple Relationships
      • Opportunity
      • Employee Benefits
      • Helping as a Friend
    • Research Review
    • Self-Disclosure
    • Bartering
    • Multiple Relationships and Boundary Issues in Small Communities
    • Seven Common Therapist Errors and Mending Fences
    • Sources of Guidance
    • Additional Resources
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 23 Culture, Context, and Individual Differences
    • Context, Competence, and Personal Responsibility
    • Bringing It All Back Home
    • Context of Oppression, Exclusion, Discrimination, and Inequity
    • Overcoming Barriers to Ethical Services
      • Socioeconomic Differences
      • Potential Problems With Assessment Instruments
      • Fallacies of Difference
      • Potential Problems in the Clinical Relationship
      • Appreciating Cultural Specifics and Their Effects
      • Context of Language
      • Creativity
      • Beware Barnum
      • Speaking Openly, Honestly, and Respectfully
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 24 Confidentiality
    • Referral Sources
    • Public Consultation
    • Gossip
    • Case Notes and Patient Files
    • Phones, Faxes, and Messages
    • Home Office
    • Sharing With Loved Ones
    • Communications in Group or Family Therapy
    • Written Consent
    • Managed Care Organizations
    • Disclosing Confidential Information for Mandated Reports Only to the Extent Required by Law
    • Publishing Case Studies
    • Distraction
    • Focusing on Legal Responsibilities to the Exclusion of Ethical Responsibilities
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 25 Recognizing, Assessing, and Responding to Suicidal Risk
    • Special Considerations
    • Avoiding Pitfalls: Advice From Experts
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Chapter 26 Steps to Strengthen Ethics in Organizations: Research Findings, Ethics Placebos, and What
    • Keep Codes in Context
    • Respect the True Costs of Betraying Ethics
    • Encourage Speaking Up, Listening Carefully, and Acting With Fairness
    • Conclusion: Only If We Act
  • Chapter 27 Supervision
    • Clear Tasks, Roles, and Responsibilities
    • Competence
    • Assessment and Evaluation
    • Informed Consent
    • Sexual Issues
    • Supervisee Perceptions of Supervisor's Unethical Behavior
    • Beginnings and Endings, Absence and Availability
    • Scenarios for Discussion
  • Introduction to Appendices
  • Appendix A The Hoffman Report and the American Psychological Association
    • What Does the Hoffman Report Have to Do With Each of Us as an Individual APA Leader, Member, or Outs
    • What Could Each of Us Have Done Differently?
    • What Do We Want Our Ethics and Our Ethics Enforcement to Be?
    • What Do We Do to Discover or Screen Out What Happens?
    • Where Do We Go From Here?
  • Appendix B The Hoffman Report
    • Lessons Learned
      • Keep Codes in Context
      • Encourage Speaking Up, Listening Carefully, and Acting With Fairness
      • Respect the True Costs of Betraying Ethics
    • Conclusion
  • References
  • About the Authors
  • Author Index
  • Subject Index
  • EULA

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Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide

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