Practical Ethics for Psychologists A Positive Approach

ISBN-10: 143381174X
ISBN-13: 9781433811746
Edition: 2nd 2012 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $49.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 5/15/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 321
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.342
Language: English

Ethical behavior involves much more than avoiding being sanctioned by a disciplinary body. For psychologists, being ethical is also a positive goal that involves striving to reach one's highest ethical ideals. Guided by the APA Ethics Code, amended in 201

Preface
Acknowledgments
The Legal Floor and Positive Ethics
The Regulation of Psychology
Positive (Active) Ethics
Overview of This Book
Foundations of Ethical Behavior
Virtue Ethics
Deontological (Duty-Based) Ethics
Utilitarianism
Principle-Based (Prima Facie) Ethics
Integrating Personal and Professional Ethics
Applying Ethical Theories to Professional Standards of Conduct
Ethical Decision Making
Areas in Which Psychologists Need to Apply Ethical-Decision-Making Skills
Overview of Ethical-Decision-Making Models
The Five-Step Model
Emergency or Crisis Decision Making
- Competence
Practicing Within Areas of Competence
Moving Into New Areas of Competence
Exceptions to Competence
Emotional Competence
Informed Consent, Empowered Collaboration, or Shared Decision Making
Ensuring Shared Decision Making
Who Can Participate in the Decisions?
What Information Should Be Given as Part of Decision Making?
When to Initiate the Decision-Making Process
Maintaining Shared Decision Making
Multiple Relationships and Professional Boundaries
Concurrent or Consecutive Multiple Relationships
Unavoidable Contacts
Subtle Boundary Crossings
Role Conflicts in Treating Individuals From the Same Family or Social Network
Multiple Roles and Forensic Relationships
Multiple Relationships With Supervisees, Trainees, or Students
Sexualized Relationships
Confidentiality, Privileged Communications, and Record Keeping
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Privacy Rule
Confidentiality
Privileged Communications
Record Keeping
Use of Information for Didactic Purposes
Life-Endangering Patients
Aggressive Patients
Suicidal Patients
Quality Enhancement Strategies
Patients Who Have HIV or Other Infectious Diseases
Mandated Reporting Laws
Forensic Psychology
The Nature of the Judicial Process
Competence
Multiple Relationships and Professional Boundaries
Informed Consent
Confidentiality and Record Keeping in Forensic Settings
Fees
Assessment
Competence
Informed Consent (Patient Participation) in Assessments
Test Security
Special Topics in Psychotherapy
Patients Who Are Receiving Services From Others
Coordinating Joint Treatments
Duty to Consult or Refer
Termination
Working in Institutions
Identifying Ethical Misconduct
Business Issues
Financial Issues
Public Representations
Psychologists as Educators
General Considerations in Teaching Psychology
Special Considerations in Psychology Training Programs
Consultation and Clinical Supervision
Consultation
Clinical Supervision
Competence
Informed Consent
Multiple Relationships and Professional Boundaries
Research and Scholarship
Minimum Ethical Standards in Research and Scholarship
Publishing and Reporting Research Results
Striving for Highest Ideals as a Researcher
Afterword
References
Index
About the Authors

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