Cambridge Handbooks In Psychology
Applied ethics analyzed through real-life scenarios across a wide range of practice settings, populations, and topics.
|Titel:||Cambridge Handbooks In Psychology|
|auteur:||Leach, Mark M. (EDT)/ Welfel, Elizabeth Reynolds (EDT)|
|Uitgever:||Cambridge University Press|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|NUR:||Psychologische testen en onderzoek|
|Afmetingen:||254 x 177 x 40|
Part I. Ethical Issues in Specific Settings and Challenging Populations: 1. Ethical considerations for working with military service personnel W. Brad Johnson; 2. Ethical issues in addressing mental health concerns in schools Howard S. Adelman and Linda Taylor; 3. Ethical issues in providing mental health services to college students Mary Ann Covey; 4. Ethical issues when working in hospital settings Kathleen Ashton and Amy B. Sullivan; 5. Ethics in a rural context Cindy Juntunen; 6. Ethics and private practice Jean A. Carter; 7. Ethics on the edge: working with clients who are persistently suicidal Derek Truscott; 8. Applied addiction ethics Cynthia M. A. Geppert and Bryn S. Esplin; 9. Ethics and clients who have experienced sexual trauma and intimate partner violence Krista M. Chronister, Kelsey South, Anjuli Chitkara-Barry, Harpreet Nagra, Anna Reichard and Shoshana D. Kerewsky; 10. Ethical issues in the treatment of eating disorders Laura H. Choate; 11. Ethical considerations in group psychotherapy Maria T. Riva and Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish; 12. Ethical issues in couple and family therapy Lorna L. Hecker and Megan J. Murphy; 13. Ethical issues in working with older adults Rowena Gomez and Lisa M. Brown; Part II. Ethical Issues in Working with Diverse Populations: 14. Aging: ethical issues in working with diverse populations Mary Miller Lewis, Katherine Ramos and Ashley Oliver; 15. Ethical issues in working with individuals with disability Jennifer A. Erickson Cornish and Samantha Pelican Monson; 16. Ethical issues when working with people of color Suzette L. Speight and Michael C. Cadaret; 17. Applied research in diverse communities: ethical issues and considerations Justin C. Perry and Adam M. Voight; 18. Ethical issues and challenges working with religious individuals and organizations: providing culturally competent professional mental health services Thomas G. Plante; 19. Ethical issues associated with mental health interventions for immigrants and refugees Rachel R. Singer and Milton A. Fuentes; 20. Ethical issues in psychotherapy with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients: a cognitive developmental model of ethical competence Ruperto M. Perez and Jill S. Lee-Barber; Part III. Legal, Research, and Organizational Issues: 21. Major legal cases that have influenced mental health ethics G. Andrew H. Benjamin and Connie Beck; 22. Ethical considerations in forensic evaluations in family court Robert Geffner, Morgan Shaw and Brittany Crowell; 23. Ethical issues in online research Lynne D. Roberts and Jessica B. A. Sipes; 24. Ethical issues in international research Mark M. Leach and Sharon A. Horne; 25. Clinical supervision for multicultural and professional competence Erica H. Wise and Jennifer L. Schwartz; 26. Disciplinary supervision: ethical challenges for supervisors Janet T. Thomas; 27. Ethical issues in psychological consultation Stewart E. Cooper and Rodney L. Lowman; Part IV. Emerging Ethical Issues in Professional Practice and Next Steps: 28. Genetic testing and ethical considerations: cases involving adolescents and young adults and cancer Marilyn Stern, Jennifer Bleck and Gwendolyn P. Quinn; 29. Ethical considerations for behavioral health professionals in primary care settings Abbie O. Beacham and Kristi S. Van Sickle; 30. Therapy with children and adolescents in an era of social media and instant electronic communication Jason Van Allen, Paige L. Seegan, Brittany Lancaster and Devin Gunstream-Sisomphou; 31. Ethics and ethical decision making in coaching: four case scenarios Sharon K. Anderson and Judy B. Smetana; 32. Ethical issues in prevention Jonathan P. Schwartz, Sally M. Hage and Christine Pao; 33. Fostering ethical mental health practice across diverse settings and populations: concluding thoughts Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel and Mark M. Leach.
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