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Ethical and Legal Issues in Professional Practice with Families

Ethical and Legal Issues in Professional Practice with Families - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0471134589

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Published: 1997
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Ethical and Legal Issues in Professional Practice with Families - 97 edition

ISBN13: 978-0471134589

Diane T. Ed. Marsh and Richard D. Ed. Magee

ISBN13: 978-0471134589
ISBN10: 0471134589
Cover type:
Edition/Copyright: 97
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Published: 1997
International: No
Summary

Self-Teaching Guide. The timely information and practical guidance you need to resolve most ethical problems that arise in your daily practice.

This valuable guide helps couples and family therapists balance their often conflicting ethical standards and legal responsibilities. In addition to covering all important recent changes in professional codes and family law, the authors provide decision-making models and practicable guidelines that assist you in analyzing and resolving most knotty ethical dilemmas that may arise when working with couples and families. They provide advice and guidance on how to comply with federal and state laws, reducing liability, and improve risk management. And they explore the varying legal and ethical standards across many different clinical settings and professional roles.

Readers will find comprehensive coverage of ethical and legal issues of vital concern to today's family and couples therapists. Chapters treat ethical problems related to gender, multicultural competency, and a wide range of specific client populations. Other timely issues covered in detail include child maltreatment, domestic violence, recovered memory, confidentiality, and the "diagnosis dilemma."

Author Bio

Marsh, DianeT. : University of Pittsburgh Greensburg Campus

DianeT. Marsh, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. She also heads the APA Family Psychology Division's ethics committee.

Magee, Richard D. : Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Richard D. Magee, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Center for Applied Psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Table of Contents

GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS.

Ethical Issues in Professional Practice with Families

(D. Marsh).

Multicultural Competence in Family Practice

(B. Goodwin).

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE WITH SPECIFIC POPULATIONS.

Ethical Issues in Couple Therapy: Therapist Competence and Values

(R. Magee).

Ethical and Legal Issues in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Family Therapy

(R. Scrivner).

CURRENT TOPICS IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE.

Ethical Issues in Child Maltreatment

(P. Berman).

Serious Mental Illness: Ethical Issues in Working with Families

(D. Marsh).

PROFESSIONAL ISSUES.

An Ethics Policy for Family Practice Management

(M. Gottlieb).

Professional Training in Ethics

(L. Knauss).

Indexes.

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