Title A Practical Ethics Worktext for Professional Counselors
Subtitle Applying Decision-Making Models to Case Examples
Author Charles Jacob, Ariane Thomas, Diana L. Wildermuth
ISBN 9780826165336
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 220
Book size 153 x 229 mm
Publishing year 2021
Original publisher Springer Publishing Company
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Description:

Teaches counselors how to think and act quickly when facing ethical dilemmas

This practical worktext addresses common ethical challenges faced by counseling professionals. Boasting 63 case examples that map with CACREP’s accreditation standards, this must-have resource demonstrates step-by-step application of decision-making models to real-life counseling scenarios. Each chapter includes seven cases related to a section of the ACA’s Code of Ethics examined carefully using a specific decision-making model.

The case examples included are designed to be relatable and accessible while demonstrating the process of arriving at a solution that reflects the standards of professional counseling. Valuable features include “Questions for Discussion,” “Straight From the Code,” “Applying a Decision-Making Model,” “The Likely Answer,” and in-class discussion activities and exercises at the end of each chapter.


Key Features:

  • Includes 63 real-life case examples demonstrating step-by-step application of decision-making models
  • Teaches counselors how to think and act quickly when facing ethical dilemmas
  • Maps with ACA Code of Ethics and CACREP accreditation standards
  • Includes group discussion questions
  • Includes role-playing activities
  • Helps professionals to reconcile personal and professional values

 

Contents:

Preface
Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. The Counseling Relationship (Section A of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 2. Confidentiality and Privacy (Section B of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 3. Professional Responsibility (Section C of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 4. Relationships With Other Professionals (Section D of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 5. Evaluation, Assessment, and Interpretation (Section E of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 6. Supervision, Teaching, and Training (Section F of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 7. Research and Publication (Section G of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 8. Distance Counseling, Technology, and Social Media (Section H of the ACA Code of Ethics)
Chapter 9. Resolving Ethical Issues (Section I of the ACA Code of Ethics)

Index


About the Authors:

Charles Jacob, PhD, is a lecturer in the Counseling and Mental Health Services Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education and is licensed as both a counselor and a psychologist. He is also the interim director of the Professional Counseling Program at Seton Hall University.

Ariane Thomas, University of Pennsylvania.

Ariane Thomas is a full-time lecturer in educational practice in the Counseling and Mental Health Services Program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Graduate School of Education and is licensed as a psychologist.

Diana L. Wildermuth, PhD, NCC, LPC, is an associate professor of practice at Temple University in the Counseling Psychology Program and is licensed as a professional counselor and certified as a professional school counselor.


Target Audience:

The book is a practical worktext for counseling professionals.

 

 
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