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Ethics in Counseling and Psychotherapy: Standards, Research, and Emerging…

by Elizabeth Reynolds Welfel

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As far as reading about ethics goes (and the fact that different states have very different laws), this book does a good job of overviewing the 5 ethical precepts underlying ethical behavior (maleficence, beneficence, fidelity, justice and autonomy)...and how they should interact with the ethical codes of your profession.

Also, there was a special chapter just for me: school counseling. (It didn't answer all of my questions....but that's a state-specific issue too...)

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  csweder | Jul 8, 2014 |
As far as reading about ethics goes (and the fact that different states have very different laws), this book does a good job of overviewing the 5 ethical precepts underlying ethical behavior (maleficence, beneficence, fidelity, justice and autonomy)...and how they should interact with the ethical codes of your profession.

Also, there was a special chapter just for me: school counseling. (It didn't answer all of my questions....but that's a state-specific issue too...)

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  csweder | Jul 8, 2014 |
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It's the year 2140 and Longevity drugs have all but eradicated old age. A never-aging society can't sustain population growth, however...which means Anna should never have been born. Nor should any of the children she lives with at Grange Hall. The facility is full of boys and girls whose parents chose to have kidscalled surplusesdespite a law forbidding them from doing so. These children are raised as servants, and brought up to believe they must atone for their very existence. Then one day a boy named Peter appears at the Hall, bringing with him news of the world outside, a place where people are starting to say that Longevity is bad, and that maybe peopleshouldn'tlive forever. Peter begs Anna to escape with him, but Anna's not sure who to trust: the strange new boy whose version of life sounds like a dangerous fairy tale, or the familiar walls of Grange Hall and the head mistress who has controlled her every waking thought?… (more)

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