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The Resource Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice : Walking the Line

Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice : Walking the Line

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Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice : Walking the Line
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Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice
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Walking the Line
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Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice : Walking the Line
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Ethical Issues in Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice : Walking the Line
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  • Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Editors and Contributors -- 1 Navigating the Ethical Landscape: Critical Issues in Practice and Training -- Abstract -- 1.1 Philosophical Positions in the Field of Ethics -- 1.2 "To Be or Not to Be": Ethical Dilemmas in the Therapy Room -- 1.3 Ethics in Context -- 1.4 Ethical Guidelines: A Clear Road Map? -- 1.5 Intersections Between Ethics and the Law -- 1.6 Ethics Training: How and When to Teach (and Learn) Ethical Practice? -- 1.7 Conclusion -- References -- 2 The Ethical Private Practitioner -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Working as a Private Practitioner -- 2.3 Starting a Therapeutic Relationship -- 2.3.1 Setting up a Practice -- 2.3.1.1 Treatment Set-up and Boundaries -- 2.3.1.2 Advertising and Accessibility -- 2.3.1.3 Informed Consent -- 2.3.2 Sustaining the Therapeutic Relationship -- 2.3.2.1 Competence -- 2.3.2.2 Continued Professional Development -- 2.3.2.3 The 'Business' of Therapy -- 2.3.2.4 Documentation -- 2.3.2.5 Scope of Private Practice -- 2.3.2.6 Ethical Decision-Making: When Principles Conflict -- 2.3.3 Ending the Therapeutic Relationship -- 2.3.3.1 Can You Refuse a Client? -- 2.3.3.2 Termination -- 2.3.3.3 Therapist Unavailability -- 2.4 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Ethics in Child Psychotherapy: A Practitioner's Perspective -- Abstract -- 3.1 Basic Principles -- 3.1.1 Respect for Boundaries -- 3.1.2 Respect for Autonomy -- 3.1.3 Maintaining Confidentiality -- 3.2 Therapist-Related Ethical Considerations -- 3.2.1 Competence -- 3.2.2 Counter Transference: What Does One Do When One Experiences Strong Feelings Towards a Client? -- 3.2.3 Understanding Multiple Relationships -- 3.2.4 More Than One Therapist -- 3.3 Online Practices -- 3.4 Documentation -- 3.5 Communication with Third Parties -- 3.6 Child Therapy, Ethics and Law -- 3.6.1 Child Abuse and Reporting
  • 3.6.2 Child Custody Disputes -- 3.7 Termination -- 3.8 Showing Feelings in Therapy: Crying? -- 3.9 Public Encounters -- 3.10 Gifts -- 3.11 Fees -- 3.12 Conclusion -- References -- 4 Ethical Issues in Working with Children in the Consultation-Liaison Context -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 General Ethical Considerations in Psychological Intervention with Children -- 4.2.1 Confidentiality -- 4.2.2 Informed Consent -- 4.2.3 Respecting Boundaries -- 4.2.4 Data Recording and Protection -- 4.2.5 Communication with Parents and Guardians -- 4.2.6 Written and Verbal Communication with Parties Outside of Family -- 4.2.7 Ethical and Clinical Considerations with Email and Telephone Communication -- 4.2.8 Unique Issues in the Consultation-Liaison Setting -- 4.2.8.1 Documentation -- 4.2.8.2 Physical Setting -- 4.2.8.3 Time Constraints -- 4.2.8.4 Physician Variables -- 4.2.8.5 Therapy Variables -- 4.2.8.6 Child Variables -- 4.2.8.7 Family Variables -- 4.2.8.8 End of Life Care -- 4.2.8.9 Health Professionals' Conduct -- 4.3 Case Scenarios -- 4.4 Training Issues -- 4.5 Ethics in Child Psychotherapy: The Way Forward -- References -- 5 Classrooms and Counsellor Ethics: A Daily Balancing Act -- Abstract -- 5.1 School Counselling: Context Matters -- 5.2 Defining Roles -- 5.3 Ethical Challenges -- 5.3.1 Privacy -- 5.3.2 Informed Consent -- 5.3.3 Client Identity -- 5.3.4 Confidentiality -- 5.3.5 Teachers as Counsellors -- 5.4 Resolving Dilemmas -- 5.5 Ethical Practice: Considerations -- 5.5.1 Responsibilities to Students -- 5.5.2 Responsibilities to School -- 5.5.3 Responsibilities to Parents -- 5.5.4 Responsibilities to Self -- References -- 6 Ethical Issues in Working with Couples and Families -- Abstract -- 6.1 Competence of Therapist -- 6.2 Responsibilities of the Therapist -- 6.3 Therapeutic Contract
  • 6.4 Ethics of Responsibility Towards the 'Client': A Balancing Act -- 6.5 Confidentiality in the Marital Subsystem: Keeping Multiple Secrets -- 6.6 Therapist's Values: Intersections with Ethical Frameworks in Therapy -- 6.7 Managing Boundaries in Couple and Family Therapy -- 6.8 Multicultural Competence in Couple and Family Therapy -- 6.9 Ethics of Therapy and Legal Directives: A Conundrum -- 6.10 Conclusion -- References -- 7 Ethical Issues in Working with Women in Sex Work Facing Intimate Partner Violence -- Abstract -- 7.1 Intimate Partners in the Life of Women in Sex Work -- 7.2 Relationships of Women in Sex Work with Their Clients Versus Intimate Partners -- 7.3 The Need for Love -- 7.4 The Need for a Social Identity -- 7.5 The Need for Security -- 7.6 Resistance to Report Intimate Partner Violence -- 7.6.1 Threat of Loss: Psychological -- 7.6.2 Threat of Loss: Emotional -- 7.6.3 Threat of Loss: Social -- 7.6.4 Threat of Loss: Economic -- 7.7 The Complexity of IPV Faced by Women in Sex Work -- 7.8 Ethical Challenges in Counselling Women in Sex Work Facing IPV -- 7.9 The Helping Process in Intimate Partner Violence -- 7.9.1 Step 1: Unobtrusive First Contact -- 7.9.2 Step 2: Creating Safe Spaces for Communication and Interaction -- 7.9.3 Step 3: History Taking -- 7.9.4 Step 4: Overcoming Ambivalence and Taking Decisions -- 7.9.5 Step 5: Drawing up Safety Plans -- 7.9.6 Step 6: Action Against Violence: Accompaniment and Support -- 7.9.7 Step 7: Long-Term Psychological Support -- 7.10 The Multisectoral Model -- 7.11 Summary and Conclusion -- References -- 8 Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence: Ethical Issues and Dilemmas -- Abstract -- References -- 9 'Coming Out' of the Comfort Zone: Challenging Heteronormativity Through Affirmative Counselling Practice with Lesbian and Gay Clients -- Abstract
  • 9.1 Ambivalence About Homosexuality Among Mental Health Sciences -- 9.2 Need for Gay Affirmative Counselling Practice -- 9.3 Sexual Minority Stress and Gay-Related Stressors -- 9.4 Ethical Concerns While Working with Gay and Lesbian Clients -- 9.5 Working with Clients Who Want to Change Their Sexual Orientation -- 9.6 Educating Oneself as MHPs on LG Issues -- 9.7 Self-awareness Among MHPs -- References -- 10 Employee Assistance Programmes: Emergent Ethical Issues -- Abstract -- 10.1 Employee Assistance Programmes: A Growing Trend -- 10.2 EAP Services: Ethical Dilemmas and Decision-Making -- 10.3 Ethical Questions for EAP Service Providers -- 10.4 Ethical Issues in Documentation and Reporting -- 10.5 Codes of Ethics for EAP Providers -- 10.6 Conclusion -- References -- 11 Intersections Between Ethics and technology: Online Client-Therapist Interactions -- Abstract -- 11.1 Terminologies in the Digital Space -- 11.2 My Introduction to Telepsychology: A Personal Account -- 11.3 Online Client-Therapist Interface: Recognizing and Responding to Ethical Dilemmas -- 11.3.1 Is e-Therapy an Appropriate Choice for Everyone? -- 11.3.2 How Do We Ensure Confidentiality and Electronic Security? -- 11.3.3 Do Professional Boundaries Work the Same Way in e-Therapy as in Face-to-Face Therapy? -- 11.3.4 Personal and Institutional Social Media Policies -- 11.4 Professional Guidelines and Digital Ethics -- 11.5 Conclusion -- References -- 12 Ethics in Therapeutic Practice: Culturally Universal and Valid? -- Abstract -- 12.1 Autonomy -- 12.2 Beneficence and Non-Maleficence -- 12.3 Justice -- 12.4 Non-Maleficence -- 12.5 Conclusion -- References -- 13 Ethical and Legal Issues in Psychotherapy -- Abstract -- 13.1 Professional Negligence -- 13.1.1 The Tests of Liability: Bolam and Bolitho -- 13.2 Record keeping -- 13.2.1 Patient Access to Records -- 13.3 Confidentiality
  • 13.3.1 Confidentiality and the Public Interest -- 13.3.2 Confidentiality and Privilege -- 13.3.3 Child Abuse and Confidentiality -- 13.3.4 Suicidal or Homicidal Clients and Confidentiality -- 13.4 Boundary Crossing and Violation -- 13.5 Practical Issues -- References -- 14 Research Ethics in Psychotherapy and Psychosocial Interventions: Role of Institutional Ethical Review Boards -- Abstract -- 14.1 Balancing Scientific and Ethical Merit in Research -- 14.2 Informed Consent -- 14.3 Disclosure and Deception in Research -- 14.4 Comparison Groups -- 14.5 Compensation and Incentives for Participation in Research -- 14.6 Research with Vulnerable Participants and Issues -- 14.7 Therapist Competence and Treatment Integrity -- 14.8 Ethical Issues in Qualitative Research -- 14.9 Intellectual Property, Copyright and Publication Ethics -- 14.10 Multi-site and International Collaborative Research -- 14.11 Research Ethics: Information Technology and the Internet -- 14.12 Institutional Ethical Review Boards: A Critical Role -- 14.13 Strategies to Address Ethical Issues in Research -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Appendix A -- Appendix B
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