Advanced Ethics for Addiction Professionals

ISBN-10: 0826124585
ISBN-13: 9780826124586
Edition: 2010
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Book details

Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

The goal of this book is to help addiction professionals not only revise their ethical practice, but their ethical thinking. Taleff presents common ethical dilemmas that addiction professionals face in their daily work. The unique purpose of this book is to get readers to consider their own responses to common dilemmas, and how to apply new models and modes of thinking to their practice. The authors discuss how applying a different framework might lead to a different ethical conclusion.

Preface
Acknowledgments
The Foundation: A Thinking Way to Approach Addiction Ethics
Introduction to Ethical Thinking
Judging
A Few Ground Rules
Positions, Stands, and Foundations
Gaining Ethical Perspective
The Least You Need to Know
Beyond Ordinary Ethics: Why And How
Ethical Example: What Would You Decide?
The Full-Scale View; A Distinction Between Ethics and Morality
The Full-Scale View: Big Ethical Questions
The Full-Scale View: Ethical Parameters
Taking a Stand
Critical Thinking Basics
Ethical Self-Exam
The Least You Need to Know
The Emotional Aspect of Ethical Thinking
Your Brain and Moral Judgments
Biology and Moral Decision Making
Fair-Mindedness and Emotion
The Place of Emotion in Ethical Decision Making
The Moral Emotions
Moral Pride
The Least You Need to Know
A Few Moral Issues to Generate Thought and Feeling
Moral Issues
Common Ethical Dilemmas
More Challenging Ethical Dilemmas
The Least You Need to Know
Ethical Theories and Applications
An Array of Moral Foundations
Your Intuitive Ethical Tendencies
Formal Ethical Concepts
Four Main Ethical Theories
Divine Command
Deontology
Utilitarianism
Virtue Ethics
The Least You Need to Know
A Few Other Ethical Theories
Social Contract Theory
Feminist Ethics
Ethical Egoism
Existentialism
Justice and Rights-Based Approaches
Relativism/Subjectivism
The Least You Need to Know
Theory Application Time
Moral Decisions Based on Different Perspectives
Different Ethical Perspectives on This Situation
The Least You Need to Know
How The Mind Dulls Good Ethical Decision Making
Innate Biases
Knee-Jerk Responses
Meaning Making
Diagnostic Bias
Simplification
Confirmation Bias
Biased Assimilation
Belief Perseverance
Stories Versus Facts
Memory Problems
Believing You Are Right
False Pride
Anchoring and Conservatism
The Least You Need to Know
The All Important Need for Critical Thinking
Critical Thinking Principles and Processes
Arguments
Arguments as They Relate to the Ethics of Addiction Counseling
Argument Types
Two Types of Arguments: Deduction and Induction
Moral Arguments
The Least You Need to Know
Ethical Fallacies
Appeal to the People or Masses (Ad Populum)
Belonging to a Group
Red Herring
Two Wrongs Fallacy
The Straw Person
Character Assassination
Appeals to Authority
Mistaking People or Groups with Claims
The False Dilemma Appeal
The Believability of Bold Statements
If It Stands Out, It Has to Be the Reason
Overconfidence
Appeal to Ignorance
Begging the Question
The Least You Need to Know
Ethical Thinking: A Set of Procedures
The Spirit of Decision Making
The Addiction Ethics Judgment Kit
Case Study
Criticism of Ethical Arguments
The Least You Need to Know
Addiction Ethics Principles with A Critical Thinking Twist
Rights
Respect for Persons
Autonomy
Compassion
Confidentiality
Privacy
Truth Telling
Nonmaleficence
Beneficence
Justice
The Least You Need to Know
Some Practical Guidelines
Common Ethical Violations
Boundary Issues
Addiction Counselors in Recovery
Limits of Professional Expertise (Scope of Practice)
The Ethics of Harm Reduction
Ethical Warning Signs
What Is the Best Judgment You Can Produce?
Caveats in Ethical Thinking
Power
Obedience and Power
Arrogance
Last Warnings
The Least You Need to Know
Appendix
References
Index

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