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Ethics for Psychologists free pdf Ethics for Psychologists: A Case Book Approach examines the American Psychological Association's Ethics Code using subtle and complex cases and vignettes that requires any student or psychologist to contemplate the issues carefully and consider appropriate actions. Using an engaging approach, the authors encourage an ethical process of analysis, deliberation, and decision making. Not only does the book describe complex ethical dilemmas that any of psychologist or counselor might encounter, but it also offers different frameworks through which to examine each dilemma: legal, moral, values-driven, and global - all while offering clear and succinct commentary on the dictates of the APA Code of Ethics. Finally, it asks readers to take charge of their own learning by moving beyond simply looking up each situation and finding 'the right thing to do', into a more active and participatory engagement. Features: * Issues of Concern section follows each case vignette and succinctly states the ethical dilemma and frames it for the reader in an easy-to-understand format using the APA Ethics Code. * Uses Codes of Ethics from other countries' psychological societies to offer commentary and analysis of the American Psychological Association's Code of Ethics * Moral Values sections frames each vignette's dilemma from the perspective of the implicit and explicit values and morals which inform each potential issue and resulting decision. * Legal Issues discussion examines each vignette with two examples of applicable state law, and offers commentary on legal aspects of each ethical issue.

About Liang T. Tien

L. Tien holds a Psy.D. from the University of Denver and an M.A. from Antioch University. She is Core Faculty at Antioch University Seattle's Psy.D. Program and has a private practice. Dr. Tien has published and presented in the area of multicultural counseling, as well as conducted workshops on ethics. She served on the Washington State Psychological Association's Ethics Committee as a member for seven years and as Chair of the committee for three years, on their Ethics Hot Line for five years, and as a member of the Washington State Examining Board of Psychology for two years. Amy Davis received her Bachelor's of Science in Health Psychology from Bastyr University and her Psy.D. from Antioch University Seattle. Her specialized areas of training include Existential/Humanistic psychology, and Child

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Author : Liang T. Tien
Publisher : SAGE Publications Inc
Data Published : 13 December 2011
ISBN : 1412978211
EAN : 9781412978217
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 568 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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