Title Ethics and Decision Making in Counseling and Psychotherapy, 5/e
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Author Robert Rocco Cottone, Vilia M. Tarvydas, Michael T. Hartley
ISBN 9780826135285
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 360
Book size 178 x 254 mm
Publishing year 2022
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Description:

Updated, reorganized, and streamlined to focus squarely on ethical decision making in counseling and psychotherapy and in the practice of specialties in counseling.

The fifth edition of this text is unparalleled in helping counselors-in-training use ethical decision-making processes as a foundation for approaching ethical and legal dilemmas in clinical practice. Newly organized and streamlined to eliminate redundancies, this textbook presents multiple new chapters that reflect the latest developments in counseling specialty areas. This new edition also features an overview of ethical decision-making models, principles, and standards. Abundant instructor resources, reflecting changes to the fifth edition, include an Instructor’s Manual, Power Points, Sample Syllabi, and a Test Bank.

Through its alignment with the CAPREP standards, the new edition continues to deliver a comprehensive overview of ethical decision-making models in each chapter, along with step-by-step processes for applying these models to a wide range of clinical cases. Case scenarios specific to specialized practice issues provide insight into practice with different client populations. Additionally, the text considers office, administrative, electronic, technology, and related issues, and the role of values in counseling addressing contemporary emphasis on ethical treatment of value conflicts that are crucial to the operation of all practices. Abundant features highlight key content and reinforce learning, including bold-faced key terms with definitions, boxed content showcasing crucial information, and reflection questions to stimulate rigorous thinking.

 

New to the Fifth Edition:

  • Reorganized and streamlined for ease of use
  • Includes updated reference to codes of ethics from ASCA and AMHCA
  • Addresses shifts in the structure of specialty practices including the merger of CORE and CACREP
  • Provides several new chapters on clinical specialties and supervision issues
  • Focuses on ethics in counseling specialties: clinical mental health; school; couples, marriage and family; addictions; career; rehabilitation; and group
  • Addresses ethical practice of the new clinical rehabilitation counseling specialty—the only text to do so
  • Offers student learning activities in each chapter with additional practice scenarios available for downloading
  • Provides access to appropriate codes of ethics via chapter-by-chapter links
  • Delivers updated case scenarios

 

Key Features:

  • Covers all counseling specialties and their respective ethical codes aligning with recent developments in the profession
  • Describes how to avoid, address, and solve serious ethical and legal dilemmas to prepare counselors-in-training for complex situations they may encounter
  • Includes objectives, case studies, references, key terms, learning activities and reflection questions embedded in chapter content
  • Highlights important information with boxed callouts
  • Addresses key office, administrative, electronic, technology, and other practice issues
  • Provides Appendix with web links to codes of ethics in counseling and specialties
  • Includes Dr. Cottone’s Social Constructivism Decision-Making Model and Dr. Tarvydas’s Integrative Decision-Making Model


Contents:

Contributors

Preface

Acknowledgments

 

PART I: OVERVIEW OF ETHICS AND DECISION MAKING IN COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

Chapter 1. Introduction to Ethical Issues and Decision Making in Counseling and Psychotherapy • Introduction • Defining Ethics • Professional Ethics Versus Legally Mandated Ethics • Ethics Governance • Decision Making Skills • Conclusion • References

Chapter 2. The Mental Health Professions and Counseling Specialties • Introduction • Counseling and Psychology: Two Closely Related But Now Distinct Mental Health Professions • Licensing and Credentialing in the Mental Health Professions • Counseling • Psychiatry • Psychology • Marriage and Family Therapy • Psychiatric Nursing • Social Work • Conclusion • References

Chapter 3. Value Issues in Counseling • Introduction • Values • Morals, Ethics, and Values • Values in Counseling: Historical Perspective • Values of Counselors and the Counseling Relationship • Values, Cultural Worldviews, and Multiculturalism • Values Clarification • Values Conflict Resolution • Strategies for Counselors • Conclusion • References

Chapter 4. Ethical Decision Making Processes • Introduction • Ethical Judgment • A Review of Ethical Decision Making Models • Theoretical or Philosophical Models of Individual Choice • Quantification as a Means to Individual Choice • Practice-Derived Models of Individual Choice • Models of Relational Influence • Empirical Findings on Models or Premises • Willingness or Resoluteness as a Factor in Decision Making • The Tarvydas Integrative Decision Making Model of Ethical Behavior • Conceptual Origins • Themes and Attitudes • Stages and Components • Practicing the Tarvydas Integrative Model • The Theoretical Contribution of the Tarvydas Model • Cottone’s Social Constructivism Model of Ethical Decision Making • Applying the Social Constructivism Model of Ethical Decision Making • “Objectivity in Parentheses” • Conflicting Consensualities • The Interpersonal Process of Negotiating, Consensualizing, and Arbitrating • Response to a Challenge • The Social Constructivism Process of Ethical Decision Making • “A Truth” Versus “The Truth” • How the Social Constructivism Model Interfaces with Multiculturalism • Concluding Words About the Social Constructivism Model • Conclusion • References

Chapter 5. Introduction to Ethical Principles in Counseling • Introduction • Importance of Ethical Principles to Mental Health Professions • The Principles • Respect for Autonomy • Beneficence and Nonmaleficence • Justice • Fidelity • Veracity • Principles, Challenges to the Principles, and Codes of Ethics • Beyond Ethical Principles: Defining Ethical Standards • Conclusion • References

Chapter 6. Introduction to Ethical and Legal Standards in Counseling and Psychotherapy • Introduction • The Relationships Between Ethics and the Law • Ethical and Legal Standards in Mental Health Practice • Confidentiality and Privacy • Privileged Communication • Counselor Roles and Relationships With Clients and Other Involved Parties • Informed Consent • Professional Responsibility • Competence • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

 

PART II: ETHICAL AND LEGAL CHALLENGES ACROSS MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONS

Chapter 7. Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Michael T. Hartley, Brian Clarke, and Vilia M. Tarvydas) • Introduction • History of Clinical Mental Health Counseling • Credentialing and Clinical Mental Health Counseling • Independence of Clinical Mental Health Counselors • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • Issues of Significance to the Specialty • Professional Differentiation • Managed Care and Third-Party Insurance • Assessment and Diagnosis of Mental Disorders • Competence to Provide Clinical Mental Health Counseling • Informed Consent and Professional Disclosure • Privacy and Confidentiality in Mental Health Counseling • Duty to Warn and Exceptions to Confidentiality • Roles and Relationships With Clients • Professional Responsibility and Interdisciplinary Collaborations • Cultural Diversity and Social Justice • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 8. School Counseling (Dawnette Cigrand, Erin E. Binkley, and Donna A. Henderson) • Introduction • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • The School Counselor’s Role • Clients • Counseling Process • Group Work • Evaluation, Assessment, and Interpretation • Ethical and Legal Issues • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication • Confidentiality • Privileged Communication • Informed Consent • Informing and Facilitating Consent • Client Autonomy • Roles and Relationships With Clients • Potentially Detrimental Relationships • Values • Counselor Competence • Counselor Competency, Skill Monitoring and Wellness • Competence and Technology • Code Comparisons • ASCA Position Statement on Confidentiality • Employer Policy and Expectations • Code Comparisons • Issues of Diversity • Decision Making in Context • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 9. Couple, Marital, and Family Counseling • Introduction • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • Ethical and Legal Issues • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication • Informed Consent • Roles and Relationships with Clients • Responsibility • Values • Counselor Competence • Code Comparisons • Issues of Diversity • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 10. Rehabilitation Counseling (Michael T. Hartley, Vilia M. Tarvydas, and Toni A. Saia) • Introduction • History of Rehabilitation Counseling • Credentialing and Rehabilitation Counseling • Diversification of Rehabilitation Counseling • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • Issues of Significance to the Specialty • Professional Differentiation • Advocacy and Empowerment • Forensic and Indirect Assessment • Competence • Informed Consent and Assent • Privacy and Confidentiality • Roles and Relationships • Primary Responsibility and Collaboration • Cultural Diversity and Social Justice • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 11. Addictions Counseling (Michael Esteban Gerald) • Introduction • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • Brief History of Addictions Treatment in America • Contemporary Addictions Treatment • Substance Abuse Counseling: A Profession or a Specialty? • Counselor Competency • Setting Issues • Counseling Adolescents and Minors • Ethical and Legal Issues • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication • Informed Consent • Roles and Relationships with Clients • Responsibility • Values • Code Comparisons • Issues of Diversity • Ethical Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 12. Career Counseling (Mark Pope and Vilia M. Tarvydas) • Introduction • Defining the Specialty, Setting, and Clients • Specialty • Settings • Clients • Issues of Significance to the Specialty • Ethical and Legal Issues • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication • Roles and Relationships With Clients • Informed Consent • Professional Responsibility • Values • Counselor Competence • Career Counseling Competencies • Ethical Standards and Code Comparisons • Issues of Diversity • Individual Versus Collectivist Cultures • Assessment of Culturally Diverse Populations • Gay and Lesbian Clients • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Chapter 13. Group Counseling • Introduction • Defining the Specialty, Settings, and Clients • Issues of Significance to the Specialty • Ethical and Legal Issues • Confidentiality and Privileged Communication • Informed Consent • Roles and Relationships With Clients • Responsibility • Values • Counselor Competence • Code Comparisons • Issues of Diversity • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

 

PART III: ORGANIZATIONAL, ADMINISTRATIVE, AND TECHNOLOGY ISSUES

Chapter 14. Ethical Climate • Introduction • Organizational Culture • Culture • Ethics and Organizational Culture • Organizational Climate and Ethical Climate • Accountability to the Organization and Decision Making • Impaired Professionals • Burnout and Job Stress • Boundary and Harassment Issues in Employment and Supervision • Substance Abuse • Mobbing • Whistle-Blowing • Conclusion • References

Chapter 15. Office and Administrative Practices • Introduction • The Layout of the Office • Fee Setting, Billing, and Collections • Agreements With Nonprofessional Staff Members • Advertising • Credentials • Maintenance of Records and Files • Communications With Other Professionals • Disagreements With Employers or Supervisors • Conclusion • References

Chapter 16. Ethics of Counseling Supervision (Michael T. Hartley and Camelia Shaheed) • Introduction • Defining the Role and Setting of Clinical Supervision • Competence and Clinical Supervision • Multiple Roles and Relationships in Supervision • Evaluation and Feedback in Supervision • Gatekeeping and Documentation in Supervision • Diversity and Cultural Competence in Supervision • Informed Consent and Supervision Contracts • Privacy and Confidentiality in Supervision • Online Supervision • Legal Issues in Supervision • Ethical Decision Making • Conclusion • References

Chapter 17. Technology Ethics and Distance Counseling (Michael T. Hartley, David B. Peterson, and
Catherine Fennie
) • Introduction • Counseling and the Digital Revolution • Evolution of Counseling Technology • Competence and Distance Counseling • Informed Consent and Distance Services • Privacy and Confidentiality in the Digital Age • Virtual Boundaries in the Digital Age • Professional Conduct and e-Professionalism • Access and Accessibility • Computer-Assisted Assessment • Benefits of Computer-Assisted Test Administration • Limitations of Computerized Administration • Computer-Generated Assessment and Interpretation • Conclusion • References


PART IV: CONCLUSION

Chapter 18. The Ethical Professional Counselor and Psychotherapist • Introduction • Consequences of a Breach of Ethics for the Mental Health Professional • Consequences of a Breach of Ethical Standards for the Client • Filing a Complaint to a Licensure Authority • The Development of the Ethical Mental Health Professional • Decision Making in Context • Conclusion • References

Appendix: Internet Resources

Index


About the Editors:

Robert Rocco Cottone, PhD, LPC, is a Professor of Counseling at the University of Missouri, St Louis in the Department of Education Sciences and Professional Programs and a Certified Family Therapist. He has served on the American Counsleing Association (ACA) Ethics Task Force that produced the 2005 revision of the ethics code. He chaired the American Rehabilitation Counseling Code of Professional Ethics revision task force in 2000 and has published extensively on matters of professional ethics and ethical decision making in counseling and psychology. Dr. Cottone is a Fellow of the ACA and the author of several books, including Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy, published by SPC.

Vilia Tarvydas, Ph.D., CRC, is Professor Emerita and former Chair of the Rehabilitation and Counselor Education Department at The University of Iowa. She has served as President of the National Council on Rehabilitation Education, the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association, and the American Association of State Counseling Boards. She has published extensively on ethics, ethical decision-making, and professional governance and standards and has chaired the ACA and CRCC Ethics Committees. She chaired the CRCC Code Revision Taskforce that wrote the 2010 CRCC Code of Professional Ethics, and was a member of the ACA Code Revision Task Force that wrote the 2005 ACA Code of Ethics, and has been a member of the ACA Ethics Appeals Committee. In July, 2019 she completed a five year term on the Board of Directors of the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP), where she served as Vice-Chair. Dr. Tarvydas is the lead editor of the SPC publication, The Professional Practice of Rehabilitation Counseling and has contributed to several other SPC publications.

Michael T. Hartley, PhD, CRC, is an associate professor and faculty chair of the Counseling Program, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies at the University of Arizona. His research has focused on professional ethics, and has 30 peer reviewed journal articles and 10 book chapters focused on the intersection of professional ethics with social justice and digital technology. He is the co-editor of the SPC book, The Professional Practice of Rehabilitation Counseling. Dr. Hartley served on the taskforce to revise the 2017 Code of Ethics for the Rehabilitation Counselor Certification (CRCC). Having served in variety of leadership roles over the years, including the CRCC ethics committee, Dr. Hartley recently served as treasurer of the Arizona Counseling Association (AzCA) and president of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA).


Target Audience:

This book is for counselors. Focuses on ethics in counseling specialties: clinical mental health; school; couples, marriage and family; addictions; career; rehabilitation; and group.

 

 
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