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Ethics. Working with Ethical and Moral Dilemmas in Psychotherapy. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2246381
  • Book
  • May 1999
  • 352 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This is a major work on a timely theme from a key figure in psychology and psychotherapy. The book brings together a wide range of perspectives on ethics and morality from formal research studies of practitioners' dilemmas to theoretical and philosophical explanations of the ethics of psychotherapy. Numerous practical and thought-provoking insights from 25 years of professional experience in these fields make this a truly valuable text for any student, client, trainer, supervisor or practitioner.
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Ethical dilemmas of UKCP psychotherapists - comparisons of results from similar APA and BPS studies.

Ethical relationships - the therapeutic relationship in psychoanalysis, counselling psychology and psychotherapy.

Values in counselling and psychotherapy.

Bystanding in counselling and psychotherapy.

In recognition of dual relationships.

The vengeance of the victim.

When rules are not enough: the spirit of the law in ethical codes.

Collegial relationships: ethics, research and good practice.

Supervision as an ethical enterprise.

Ethical dilemmas in supervision, training and organisational context.

Writing for publication.

Ethical dilemmas in the context of "schoolism".

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Petruska Clarkson PHYSIS, London.
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