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This new practice-oriented workbook includes experiential learning exercises explicitly aligned to the practice behaviors recommended in the Council on Social Work Education?s (CSWE) Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS). The workbook encourages students to begin developing their skills with social work practice behaviors through Case-Based Exercises, Short Answer ethical questions, critical thinking questions, and role-play exercises in class or as activity assignments to be done outside of class. Each exercise is linked to specific practice behaviors, and each chapter is followed by an assessment rubric to be completed by the student, a peer evaluator, or the instructor to foster accountability.
Table of Contents
|Ethical Choices in Helping Professions||p. 1|
|Values and Professional Ethics||p. 9|
|Guidelines for Ethical Decision Making: Concepts, Approaches, and Values||p. 17|
|Guidelines for Ethical Decision Making: Decision Making Process and Tools||p. 25|
|Client Rights and Professional Expertise||p. 33|
|Value Neutrality and Imposing Values||p. 41|
|The Professional Relationship: Limits, Dilemmas, and Problems||p. 48|
|Confidentiality and Informed Consent||p. 56|
|Social Justice, Limited Resources, and Advocacy||p. 64|
|Organizational and Work Relationships||p. 73|
|Social Work with Selected Client Groups||p. 81|
|Changing World, Changing Dilemmas||p. 89|
|Whose Responsibility Are Professional Ethics?||p. 97|
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