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Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions
Synopses & Reviews
Up-to-date and challenging, this best-selling text is a practical manual that helps future and current professionals deal with ethical issues that they will confront at the various stages in their development. The authors provide readers with the basis for discovering their own guidelines within the broad limits of professional codes of ethics and divergent theoretical positions. They raise what they consider to be central issues, present a range of diverse views on these issues, discuss their position, and provide readers with many opportunities to refine their own thinking and to actively develop their own position. The authors explore such questions as: What role do the therapist's personal values play in the counseling relationship? What ethical responsibilities and rights do clients and therapists have? What considerations are involved in adapting counseling practice to diverse client populations?
Book News Annotation:
Deals with ethical issues that all professionals confront, emphasizing that ethical decision making is an ongoing process with no easy answers. Case vignettes, open-ended questions, and self-inventories, as well as chapter exercises and activities, invite students to participate in the learning process. Coverage includes client rights, confidentiality, sexual issues, diversity, and issues in group work and family therapy. Includes appendices of professional codes. For graduate and undergraduate students in the helping professions.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 422-442) and index.
About the Author
Gerald Corey is professor emeritus of Human Services and Counseling at California State University at Fullerton and a licensed psychologist. While teaching at CSU Fullerton, he served as the coordinator of the Human Services department for nine years and taught both undergraduate and graduate courses focused on counseling. He currently teaches courses for CSU Fullerton and Loma Linda University on a part-time basis. With his colleagues, he has conducted workshops in various countries including the United States, with a special focus on training for group counseling. He is a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology, a National Certified Counselor, a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Counseling Psychology), a Fellow of the Association for Specialists in Group Work, and a Fellow of the American Counseling Association.Marianne Schneider Corey is a licensed marriage and family therapist in California and is a National Certified Counselor and a Fellow of the Association for Specialists in Group Work. Marianne has been actively involved in providing training and supervision workshops in group process for human-services students and professionals. She facilitates self-exploration groups for graduate students and continues to conduct training workshops in group counseling with Jerry is various countries. Both Marianne and Jerry were the recipients of the Eminent Career Award (for distinguished and major contributions to the field of group work) by the Association for Specialists in Group Work (March, 2001).Patrick Callanan is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Santa Ana, California and is a National Certified Counselor. In his private practice he works with individuals, couples, and families. Patrick is on the part-time faculty of the Human Services Program at California State University at Fullerton, where he regularly teaches the internship course. He also offers his time each year to the university to assist in training and supervising group leaders, and co-teaches an undergraduate course in ethical and professional issues.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Professional Ethics. 2. The Counselor as a Person and as a Professional. 3. Values and the Helping Relationship. 4. Multicultural Perspectives and Diversity. 5. Client Rights and Counselor Responsibilities. 6. Confidentiality: EthicalandLegal Issues. 7. Managing BoundariesandMultiple Relations. 8. Professional Competence and Training. 9. Issues in Supervision and Consultation. 10. Issues in Theory, Practice, and Research. 11. Ethical Issues in CouplesandFamily Therapy. 12. Ethical Issues in Group Work. 13. Ethical Issues in Community Work. References and Reading List. Name Index. Subject Index.
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