Ethical Practice In Psychology

Author: Alfred Allan
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470660058
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Close-up insights on how experts in the field are re-interpreting ethical principles to create workable policies for today and tomorrow, from the creators of the 2007 APS Code of Ethics First cooperative project between Wiley-Blackwell and the APS Offers a close-up view of how enduring ethical principles are reinvented to ensure lasting relevance in times of modernisation and professional change Will be an accredited option for APS Professional Development – the book will be built into PD workshops and also available for PD credits outside that context Essential reading for those involved in healthcare ethics internationally

Ethical Practice In Applied Psychology

Author: Christopher Boyle
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ISBN: 9780195523102
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Ethical Practice in Applied Psychology is written for upper level undergraduate and post-graduate students and focuses specifically on the ethical principles as applied to trainee psychologists in Australia with a strong emphasis on applying the Australian Psychological Society Code of Ethics to real practice scenarios. It elucidates the more complex aspects of ethical principles by using case studies which are designed to aid learning. This focus on real case studies and scenarios enables students and lecturers to engage with the material and to enter into discussion about the important and serious matter of professional ethics in psychology.

Ethics For The Practice Of Psychology In Canada Revised And Expanded Edition

Author: Derek Truscott
Editor: University of Alberta
ISBN: 0888646526
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Canadian psychology textbook on major ethical issues raises awareness, increases knowledge, and promotes ethical decision-making.

The Ethical Practice Of Psychology In Organizations

Author: Rodney L. Lowman
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"The first edition of this popular casebook reflected the complexities and increasing litigiousness of the modern workplace and was designed to stimulate thought and discussion about ethical practice in industrial and organizational psychology. Since the book was published, the "Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct" of the American Psychological Association has been revised and contains new material of particular relevance to organizational consultants. This second edition has been updated to reflect the provisions of the new code. Illustrated by case examples based on real-life situations, this volume covers personnel selection, organizational diagnosis and intervention, consulting relationships, research and academic issues, professional training and certification, billing and marketing, and the ethics of professional behavior. The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organizations, Second Edition, makes ethical thinking come alive and belongs on the bookshelf of every I/O psychologist, human resource professional, and graduate student in I/O and business programs"--Couverture (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved).

Handbook Of Professional And Ethical Practice For Psychologists Counsellors And Psychotherapists

Author: Rachel Tribe
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 113544417X
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Closer regulation of psychological counselling means that an awareness of the professional, legal and ethical considerations is vital. The Handbook of Professional and Ethical Practice brings together leading therapists and psychologists who have a wealth of knowledge and experience of their subjects. Each chapter places particular emphasis on the current codes of practice and ethical principles underpinning safe ethical practice and the implications for practitioners. Comprehensive coverage of the legal, clinical and ethical considerations involved in research and training is provided and the reflective questions at the end of every chapter serve to prompt further discussion of the issues. The following subjects are covered: · professional practice and ethical considerations · legal considerations and responsibilities · clinical considerations and responsibilities · working with diversity - professional practice and ethical considerations · research, supervision and training. This innovative Handbook provides a supportive guide to the major professional, legal and ethical issues encountered by trainees on counselling, clinical psychology and psychotherapy courses, as well as providing an invaluable resource for more experienced therapists and other members of the helping professions.

The Elements Of Ethical Practice

Author: Nadine J. Pelling
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 0429521529
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The Elements of Ethical Dilemmas: Applied Psychology Ethics in Australia is a comprehensive and applied guide to practising psychology in an ethical and professional manner. This book is designed to assist applicants for general registration as a psychologist successfully navigate one of the eight core competencies for general registration set by the Psychology Board of Australia; specifically ethical, legal, and professional matters. The exploration of ethical dilemmas is a core task for the 4+2 pathway to general registration, while related ethical applications require exploration in the 5+1 and higher education pathways to registration as well. This book will teach readers how to identify, explore, and choose the appropriate professional course of action when confronted by ethical dilemmas in practice. The chapters include personal reflections from expert contributors relating to each of the ethical dilemmas, expertly highlighting clients’ and stakeholders’ circumstances, ethical codes and guidelines, scholarship and research, as well as other key elements in the ethical decision-making process. Especially relevant to those applying to become a registered psychologist in Australia, this book offers invaluable guidance on responding to ethical dilemmas as required by the Psychology Board of Australia in various pathways to general registration.

The Ethical Practice Of Consulting Psychology

Author: Rodney L. Lowman
Editor: Fundamentals of Consulting Psy
ISBN: 9781433828096
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This book, based on the APA Ethics Code, reviews the unique ethical issues that psychologists encounter when working as consultants in business and other organizational settings at three levels of practice: individual, group, and organizational.

Ethical Practice In Operational Psychology

Author: Thomas J. Williams
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
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"In the late 1990s, a number of psychologists who supported national security programs would meet monthly to collaboratively discuss program and research initiatives. The need for psychologists to remain focused on a professional and ethical practice of psychology in support of national security operations was a frequent topic of those meetings. Thus, the meetings often served as professional peer consultations in a practice domain that has come to be known as operational psychology. Various potential and real ethical conflicts related to the practice of psychology in support of national security missions were addressed in those meetings. Many of those discussions serve as the foundational impetus for this book. It also goes without saying that the dramatic increase in relevance and practice of operational psychologists in a post-9/11 world reinforces the need to bring that foundation into a structure of practice. This volume is intended to help frame that structure and guide those operational psychologists, who now face a vast array of complex challenges around the world. It is our intention that this volume provide firsthand knowledge about the key areas of operational psychological practice and the ethical analysis needed to operate in this relatively uncharted territory"--Book. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).

The Ethical Practice Of Psychology In Organizations

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The Ethical Practice Of Forensic Psychology

Author: Gianni Pirelli
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190258543
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Few resources exist for those interested in developing their professional competence vis-a-vis ethics in forensic psychology, with the most recent text being published more than a decade ago. However, forensic psychology is changing quickly and there is a need for a current guide on ethics within the field. The Ethical Practice of Forensic Psychology highlights the ethical standards and guidelines set forth by the American Psychological Association's (APA) Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (EPPCC) and the Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychology (SGFP). This Casebook provides readers with a practical review of these ethical standards and professional guidelines in the context of forensic case vignettes with corresponding commentary by leaders in the field. Concepts are presented using a best-practices model that encourages and promotes engaging in empirically supported decision-making. This volume is distinct from all others published in this area, given its inclusion and integration of a review of the ethical standards and guidelines contained in the EPPCC and SGFP, in addition to numerous types of ethical dilemmas encountered in forensic practice, a review of the relevant empirical literature and case law/legal statutes, and commentary by experts in forensic psychology. This unique Casebook will prove useful for a broad audience including academics in forensic psychology, psychology graduate and post-doctoral students and trainees, practitioners, mental health counselors, social workers, and legal professionals. "

Foundations Of Ethical Practice Research And Teaching In Psychology And Counseling

Author: Karen Strohm Kitchener
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1135889643
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In Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling, Kitchener and Anderson lay a conceptual foundation for thinking well about ethical problems. Whereas the first edition focused mainly on ethical reasoning and decision making, this new edition draws more explicitly on all components of James Rest's model of moral/ethical behavior, including moral/ethical sensitivity, moral/ethical decision making, moral/ethical motivation, and the ego strength to follow through on the decision. The book addresses five key principles of ethical decision making and includes updated sections on research, teaching and supervision, and practice. It discusses the relationship of the ethical principles and the model of ethical decision-making to professional ethical codes, while offering discussion questions, case scenarios, and activities to help the reader focus on ethical character and virtue. Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling gives psychologists, students, and trainees the tools they need to analyze their own ethical quandaries and take the right action.

Ethics Professional Practice For Psychologists

Author: Shirley Anne Morrissey
Editor: Cengage Learning Australia
ISBN: 9780170131469
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This text is an up-to-date guide for psychology students and psychologists who are expected to have a comprehensive understanding of ethical theories, ethical research and ethical practice.Written and edited by academics and practitioners who have a wealth of knowledge and experience in teaching, researching and monitoring ethical practice, this text provides psychology students and practising psychologists with a contemporary understanding of the ethical and professional issues that impact on their practice as psychologists.Each chapter contains relevant vignettes or short cases, which are then further discussed. Additionally each chapter ends with a brief section called 'reflection' which comprises three questions for readers to reflect on, based on the key issues addressed.

Psychology For The Other

Author: Edwin E. Gantt
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This book, the first of its kind, is a systematic and broad-based attempt to bring to psychology the intriguing work of French phenomenologist, Emmanuel Levinas. Because contemporary psychology, in its adherence to the philosophical and methodological underpinnings of naturalistic science, too often abandons questions about morality and ethical obligation, Levinas's writings about the experience of the face of the Other and the ethical obligation therein become particularly relevant. In ten original essays by distinguished scholars -- some philosophers, some clinicians, and some academic psychologists -- the potential and the experiential impact of Levinas's work in the understanding of our fundamental human nature and the practice of psychotherapy are explored. Ultimately, the intention is to create a new discipline of psychology: namely, a 'science of the ethical.'

Ethics And Professional Practice For Psychologists

Author: Shirley Anne Morrissey
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ISBN: 9780170368520
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This edition has been totally revised to be consistent with the APS Code and Ethical Guidelines, and includes five new chapters to incorporate guidance on recent developments in the professional practice milieu. This book integrates current ethics knowledge and research with practical recommendations to address the variety of ethical concerns in everyday professional practice. The book provides a framework for ethical decision-making and reviews ethical issues pertinent to professional practice, illustrated with practical examples relevant to the Australian context. The book is intended as an ethics textbook for fourth year and postgraduate psychology students and for provisionally registered psychologists completing the supervised practice pathway to registration. It is also a highly useful reference for all practising psychologists.

The Oxford Handbook Of International Psychological Ethics

Author: Mark M. Leach
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199739161
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The Oxford Handbook of International Psychological Ethics is the much-needed comprehensive source of information on psychological ethics from an international perspective. This volume presents cutting-edge research and findings related to recent, current, and future international developments and issues related to psychological ethics.

Ethics In Psychology

Author: Gerald P. Koocher
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195092011
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"Written in a highly readable and accessible style, this new edition retains the key features that have contributed to its popularity, including hundreds of case studies that provide illustrative guidance on a wide variety of topics, including fee setting, advertising for clients, research ethics, sexual attraction, how to confront observed unethical conduct in others, and confidentiality. Ethics in Psychology and the Mental Health Professions will be important reading for practitioners and students in training."--BOOK JACKET.

Ethical Practice In Forensic Psychology

Author: Shane S. Bush
Editor: Amer Psychological Assn
ISBN:
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"While most psychologists working in forensic contexts aspire to practice in a manner consistent with the highest ideals of ethical practice, they face numerous and complex concerns and may be unclear about how to apply the Ethics Code and Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists to their real-world issues. In this book, the authors explore common ethical dilemmas forensic psychologists may encounter in procedures including referrals, evaluations, documentation of findings and opinions, and testimony and termination. The authors present and apply a practical, ethical decision-making model to timely case vignettes in civil, criminal, and child-family law to demonstrate how to approach the ethical challenges faced in forensic psychology; they also offer suggestions for addressing potential ethical misconduct by colleagues. This balanced and comprehensive volume will be a valuable addition to the library of forensic psychology students and trainees as well as career forensic psychologists"--Jacket. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2007 APA, all rights reserved).

The Law Standards And Ethics In The Practice Of Psychology

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Foundations Of Ethical Practice Research And Teaching In Psychology

Author: Karen S. Kitchener
Editor: St. Martin's Griffin
ISBN: 9780805823097
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The ethical dilemmas confronting psychologists in their various roles are becoming more numerous and more complex. Practitioners wondering whether to inform a client's partner of his HIV positive status, researchers trying to study child abuse while maintaining confidentiality, teachers or supervisors balancing their duty to students and their duty to the society in which the students will be credentialled--all find that formal codes of ethics and existing books do not and cannot address all their concerns and conflicts. Kitchener lays a conceptual foundationfor thinking well about ethical problems. She introduces a model of decision making based on five underlying principles and illustrates the ways in which it can help psychologists faced with tough choices make ethically defensible decisions. Beyond principled decision making in accordance with codes and her model, she considers the importance of ethical character and outlines the development of five key virtues that support moral behavior. Among the thorniest issues she treats in depth are informed consent, confidentiality, both sexual and nonsexual multiple role relationships, competence, and social justice. Throughout, she begins with principles and then shows how they are applied in clinical, educational, and scientific contexts. She illuminates her discussion with vivid case examples that reflect her own rich experience and understanding. Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychologygives psychologists, students, and trainees the tools they need to analyze their own ethical quandaries and take right action.

Ethics For The Practice Of Psychology In Canada Third Edition

Author: Derek Truscott
Editor: Pica Pica Press
ISBN: 9781772125429
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Since its initial release in 2004, Ethics for the Practice of Psychology in Canada has filled a vital need for a single source on professional ethics and law relevant to Canadian psychologists. Focussing on the most pertinent ethical and legal issues, including decision making, obtaining consent, protecting confidentiality, helping without harming, maintaining professional boundaries, cultural diversity, and being socially responsible, it is an essential resource for students and professionals. This third edition has been updated throughout to reflect the fourth edition of the Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists. Other updates include attention to current professional and legal standards in all jurisdictions across Canada and guidance on how to address issues of cultural diversity and social justice. An appendix includes case studies for practicing ethical decision-making, and reflective journal exercises to facilitate awareness of personal motives and biases relevant to making ethical choices. Written primarily for students in professional psychology graduate programs, the book is also ideal for anyone preparing to practice or for experienced psychologists seeking to maintain or enhance their ethical knowledge, skills, and integrity.