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Ethical conundrums, quandaries, and predicaments in mental health practice : a casebook from the files of experts

Author: W Brad Johnson; Gerald P Koocher
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Is it ethical to treat a death row inmate only to stabilize him or her for eventual execution? What happens when a military provider receives highly sensitive intelligence from a client? How can clinicians refuse costly gifts from clients without damaging the therapeutic relationship? Should a therapist disclose a client's suicidal intent to the authorities? In Ethical Conundrums, Quandaries and Predicaments in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case Reports
Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Brad Johnson; Gerald P Koocher
ISBN: 9780195385298 0195385292
OCLC Number: 642278757
Description: xiii, 360 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Juggling porcupines : being ethical in challenging roles and work settings --
Part 1. In the psychotherpist's office --
But it's a really nice gift! : ethical challenges in responding to offers of gifts from clients --
Everyone I know knows everyone I know : boundary overlap in the life of one lesbian psychotherapist --
Hitler should have finished the job : countertransference, anti-semitism, abandonment, and termination --
Suicidal blackmail : ethical and risk management issues in contemporary clinical care --
An affair to remember : protecting vulnerable clients and confidentiality when spouses cheat --
Trapped by trauma : when clients cannot or will not protect themselves from harm --
To warn or not to warn : that is the question --
What would she think? : disclosure of therapy details after death --
It's my right! : working with terminally (or chronically) ill, persistently suicidal client --
Part 2. In the forensic world --
High stakes indeed : forensic psychology in death penalty litigation --
Is that what I said? : ethical challenges when parent divorce during treatment --
Now you see it, now you don't : when releases of information are rescinded --
The siren song of silence : ensuring a basis for professional judgements --
"Thera-mail" for a quarter century : managing complex boundaries with a former client --
Jonas and his protective, delusional, or alienating mother : advocacy, forensics, and boundaries with battered women --
Part 3. In medical center corridors --
Determining a patient's capacity to refuse dialysis and die : when professional competence and credentials do not overlap --
When boundaries intersect in cyberspace : Facebook, multiple relationships, and confidentiality in a hospital --
Second chances : decision making in pediatric transplantation --
On being there : boundaries in emotionally intense contexts --
Part 4. In national security settings --
"I've got this friend" : multiple roles, informed consent, and friendship in the military --
Establishing rapport with an "enemy combatant: : cultural competency in Guantanamo Bay --
Psychotic, homicidal, and armed : the delicate balance between personal safety and effectiveness in a combat environment --
"What do you know that can help us?" : behavioral science in national security settings --
Part 5. In organizations --
A disaster in a suit and tie : when organizational policies undermine ethical obligations --
Risking your job : on striving to be an ethical leader in difficult organizational circumstances --
When bad things happen to people who try really hard : ethical quandaries in test validation --
Part 6. In schools and colleges --
When in doubt, pull them out? : ethical issues related to decisions on child removal from the home --
A near fall : the multifaceted challenges to work in sport psychology and intercollegiate athletics --
Doing good versus avoiding harm : resolving situational contradictions --
Part 7. Supervising or assisting colleagues --
The wink : ethical aspects of encountering clients in unexpected places --
Can you help us? : supervising graduate students in a crisis situation --
Doing it by the book : ethical issues in teaching a group didactically and experientially --
So, how exactly did you get interested in eating disorders? : confronting a colleagues unhealthy behaviors --
Knocked off kilter : supervising in the wake of sexual boundary violations --
Part 8. Religious concerns and settings --
Of course it's confidential : only the community knows : mental health services with the Old Order Amish --
Working out one's salvation in fear and trembling : ethical and spiritual dilemmas around therapeutic boundaries --
Part 9. In the public arena --
A psychologist in Congress : ethics, the Constitution, politics, clinical judgement, and the case of Terri Schiavo --
Isn't this against the law? : boundary problems in police psychology.
Responsibility: edited by W. Brad Johnson, Gerald P. Koocher.

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"Is it ethical to treat a death row inmate only to stabilize him or her for eventual execution? What happens when a military provider receives highly sensitive intelligence from a client? How can clinicians refuse costly gifts from clients without damaging the therapeutic relationship? Should a therapist disclose a client's suicidal intent to the authorities? In Ethical Conundrums, Quandaries and Predicaments in Mental Health Practice, these and other real-life scenarios constitute a comprehensive and definitive ethics casebook for mental health professionals. Inspired by the many difficult situations they themselves have faced, an eminent group of accomplished mental health clinicians provide first-hand accounts of ethical problems that defy boilerplate solutions. Each chapter begins with a compelling and ethically complex case followed by an illustrative yet succinct analysis of the key ethical issues present and a personal reflection on the case itself, along with the process of ethical reasoning used to arrive at a final decision. Every case concludes with key recommendations for promoting ethical practice within an often challenging work setting. Highlighting the human aspect of ethics in mental health practice through the use of mesmerizing narratives while also provoking the reader to reflect upon what is the “right” thing to do, Ethical Conundrums, Quandaries and Predicaments in Mental Health Practice offers trainees and seasoned professionals alike invaluable informative models for dealing with ethical dilemmas, as well as the inspiration to confront seemingly insurmountable clinical problems."--Book jacket.

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