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Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy : Standards, Research, and Emerging Issues

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11/3/2005
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Summary

Prepare for practice with ETHICS IN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY! With a ten-step model of ethical decision making, this counseling text prepares you to deal effectively with the complex ethical and legal issues you will confront in practice. Numerous case studies, followed by the authorís analysis of the cases, helps you structure your thinking and apply professional standards to complex cases. Coverage includes ethics, legal research, and the professional literature in major topics in ethics (such as consent, confidentiality, and multiple relationships) and in applied settings (such as community mental health, private practice, schools, and teaching/research).

Author Biography

Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel is professor and director of the doctoral programs in counseling at Cleveland State University.

Table of Contents

PART ONE A Framework for Understanding Professional Ethical Standards
1(44)
Introduction to Professional Ethics: A Psychology and Philosophy for Ethical Standards
3(17)
Literature from Developmental Psychology
4(1)
Components of Moral Behavior
5(3)
Codes of Ethics
8(3)
Literature from Philosophy
11(2)
Research on Professional Ethics
13(1)
The Scope of Unethical Practice
13(3)
The Impact of Unethical Practice
16(1)
Ethics and the Law
17(3)
Summary
18(1)
Discussion Questions
19(1)
Recommended Readings
19(1)
A Model for Ethical Decision Making: Using Resources to Enhance Individual Judgment
20(25)
Forms of Ethical Reasoning
20(2)
A Model of Ethical Decision Making
22(23)
Summary
42(1)
Discussion Questions
43(1)
Case for Discussion
43(1)
Recommended Readings
43(2)
PART TWO Major Ethical Issues for Counselors
45(192)
Competence to Practice: Building a Foundation for Doing Good and Avoiding Harm
47(18)
Components of Professional Competence
47(3)
Competence as Performance, Not Capacity
50(1)
Professional Standards for Practice
50(2)
The Relationship Between Competence and Professional Credentials
52(1)
Challenges in Defining the Limits of Competence
53(1)
Limits of Competence with New Populations of Clients
54(1)
Limits of Competence in Rural Environments
55(1)
Additional Criteria for Evaluating Competence
56(1)
The Limits of Competence: Case Examples
56(2)
Distress, Burnout, and Impairment Among Professionals
58(4)
Legal Ramifications of Incompetent Practice
62(3)
Summary
63(1)
Discussion Questions
64(1)
Case for Discussion
64(1)
Recommended Readings
64(1)
Confidentiality: Supporting the Client's Right to Privacy
65(38)
Ethical Principles and Virtues Underlying Confidentiality
67(1)
Codes of Ethics
67(2)
Confidentiality and Communication with Other Mental Health Professionals
69(1)
Confidentiality and Communication with Significant Others of the Professional
70(2)
Confidentiality and Privileged Communication
72(2)
The Limits of Confidentiality
74(15)
Confidentiality with Special Populations
89(5)
Emerging Challenges to Confidentiality: Managed Care and Technology
94(9)
Summary
97(1)
Case for Analysis Using the 10-Step Model
98(3)
Discussion Questions
101(1)
Cases for Discussion
102(1)
Recommended Readings
102(1)
Informed Consent: Affirming the Client's Freedom of Choice
103(20)
The History of Informed Consent
104(1)
Underlying Ethical Principles
105(1)
Codes of Ethics on Informed Consent
106(3)
Informed Consent and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act
109(1)
Approaches to Informed Consent
110(3)
The Interplay of Ethical and Clinical Considerations
113(1)
Applications to Special Populations
114(5)
Research Findings on Informed Consent
119(1)
Cases for Discussion
120(3)
Summary
121(1)
Discussion Questions
122(1)
Recommended Readings
122(1)
Sexual Misconduct: Violations of Power and Trust
123(26)
Rationale for the Prohibition
124(1)
Factors That Affect Client Vulnerability to Exploitation
125(3)
Effects on the Counselor
128(1)
Effects on the Reputation of the Profession
129(1)
Research on the Scope of the Problem
130(1)
Sexual Contact with Former Clients: A Controversial Issue
131(5)
Sexual Contact in Educational, Consultation, and Employment Settings
136(3)
Distinguishing Between Sexual Feelings and Sexual Misconduct
139(2)
The Place of Nonerotic Touch in This Context
141(2)
Providing Effective Subsequent Therapy for Victims
143(1)
Cases Reexamined
144(5)
Discussion Cases
146(1)
Summary
147(1)
Discussion Questions
147(1)
Recommended Readings
148(1)
Multiple Relationships and Boundary Issues: Risking Objectivity and Client Welfare
149(26)
Definition of Terms
151(6)
Underlying Dynamics in Multiple Relationships
157(3)
The Views of Ethics Scholars
160(1)
Questions to Consider in Decision Making
161(1)
Research Findings: Practitioners' and Consumers' Views
162(1)
Accepting Gifts from Clients
163(2)
Multiple Relationships and Rural or Small Community Practice
165(3)
The Ethics of Barter
168(2)
Cases Reexamined
170(5)
Summary
172(1)
Cases for Discussion
173(1)
Discussion Questions
173(1)
Recommended Readings
174(1)
Group and Family Counseling: Unique Ethical Responsibilities
175(21)
Group Counseling and Psychotherapy
176(1)
Competence and Group Counseling
177(1)
Informed Consent in Group Counseling
178(1)
Confidentiality and Privilege in Group Counseling
179(2)
The Ethics of Group Counseling with Minors and in the Schools
181(1)
The Ethics of Multiple Relationships in Group Counseling
182(1)
The Ethics of Concurrent Individual and Group Counseling
182(1)
The Ethics of Involuntary Group Participation
183(1)
Ethical Issues in Multicultural Groups
184(1)
Family and Couples Counseling
185(7)
Legal Issues in Family Counseling
192(4)
Summary
194(1)
Case for Discussion
194(1)
Discussion Questions
195(1)
Recommended Readings
195(1)
The Ethics of Assessment: Using Fair Procedures in Responsible Ways
196(26)
The Ethics of Diagnosis
196(1)
A Rationale for Emphasizing Ethics in Diagnosis
197(5)
The Ethics of Testing
202(13)
Multicultural Issues in Psychological Testing
215(2)
Tests in Employment Settings
217(1)
Cases for Discussion
218(1)
Analysis of the Cases
219(3)
Summary
220(1)
Additional Cases for Discussion
221(1)
Discussion Questions
221(1)
Recommended Readings
221(1)
Ethical Counseling in a Multicultural Society: The Promise of Justice
222(15)
The Language of Multicultural Counseling
223(1)
The Context of the Current Ethical Standards
224(1)
The Codes of Ethics on Multicultural Counseling
224(1)
Promoting Client Welfare
225(1)
Competence with Multicultural Populations
226(2)
A Critique of the Current Ethics Codes
228(1)
Cautions About a Multicultural Perspective
229(1)
Cases for Discussion and Analysis
230(2)
Multicultural Counseling Competencies
232(5)
Summary
234(1)
Discussion Questions
234(1)
Recommended Readings
235(2)
PART THREE Ethical Issues in Special Settings
237(96)
Ethics in Community, Consulting, and Forensic Settings: Avoiding Conflicts of Interest
239(32)
Responsibilities to Clients
239(14)
Responsibilities to Colleagues
253(3)
Responsibilities to Third Parties
256(5)
The Ethics of Consultation and Coaching
261(4)
The Ethics of Forensic Activities
265(6)
Summary
268(1)
Cases for Discussion
269(1)
Discussion Questions
270(1)
Recommended Readings
270(1)
The Counselor in the Schools: Applying Professional Standards to the Educational Culture
271(22)
Clash of Cultures: Open vs. Closed Communication Systems
271(5)
Privilege for School Counselors
276(1)
Parental and Community Values That Diverge from Professional Values
277(2)
The Ethics of Peer Helping Programs
279(2)
Legal Issues for School Counselors: State and Federal Statutes
281(2)
Liability for School Counselors: An Emerging Reality
283(1)
Liability for Student Suicides
284(2)
Ethical and Legal Dimensions of School Violence and Sexual Harassment
286(2)
Ethical Issues in Postsecondary Planning
288(2)
Ethics of Group Counseling in Schools
290(3)
Summary
290(1)
Cases for Discussion
291(1)
Discussion Questions
292(1)
Recommended Readings
292(1)
The Ethics of Supervision: Modeling Responsible Behavior
293(19)
Competence to Supervise
294(2)
Responsible Use of Supervisory Power
296(3)
Informed Consent to Supervision
299(2)
Sensitivity to Issues of Diversity
301(1)
Other Personal Values and Beliefs
301(2)
Responsibilities for Client Welfare
303(2)
Boundary Violations in Supervision
305(3)
Legal Aspects of Supervision
308(2)
Relations with Third-Party Payors
310(2)
Summary
310(1)
Cases for Discussion
310(1)
Discussion Questions
311(1)
Recommended Readings
311(1)
Counselors as Teachers and Researchers: Integrity, Science, and Care
312(21)
The Ethics of Teaching
312(11)
An Ethics of Care
323(1)
Obligations to Colleagues
324(1)
The Ethics of Research
324(6)
Special Ethical Concerns for Counseling and Therapy Researchers
330(3)
Summary
331(1)
Cases for Discussion
331(1)
Discussion Questions
332(1)
Recommended Readings
332(1)
PART FOUR When Prevention Fails: Ethical Responses to Unethical Behavior
333(20)
Responsibilities for Self and Colleagues: Reporting, Recovery, and Rehabilitation of Misconduct
335(18)
Accountability of Counselors and Therapists
336(6)
Supporting the Client Through the Complaint Process
342(1)
Responding If an Ethics Complaint Is Filed Against You
343(1)
Self-Monitoring: Taking Responsibility in the Absence of a Complaint
344(2)
Assessing and Responding to the Damage
346(1)
Rehabilitating the Professional
347(1)
Compassion and Empathy
348(5)
Cases for Discussion
348(2)
Summary
350(1)
Discussion Questions
350(1)
Recommended Readings
351(2)
References 353(30)
Appendix A American Counseling Association, Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice 383(24)
Appendix B American Psychological Association, Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct 407(16)
Appendix C List of Specialized Ethics Codes and Guidelines in Mental Health Disciplines 423(2)
Author Index 425(14)
Subject Index 439


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