Course Adoption Books on Ethics
Boundaries in Psychotherapy
Written for professionals to help them understand and navigate boundary issues such as exchange of gifts, nonsexual touch, therapist’s self-disclosure, dual relationships, bartering, home visits, home office practice, and telehealth.
Ethical Conflicts in Psychology, Fourth Edition
The 4th edition of this classic book describes the fundamental ethical dilemmas embedded in the psychologist's array of roles.
Ethical Practice in Forensic Psychology
This book provides a comprehensive review and integration of the ethical issues that are most relevant to psychological practice in forensic contexts.
Ethical Practice in Small Communities
This book explores how the life of a small-community psychologist differs from that of a colleague in a large urban center who is not part of a small community, highlighting common problems and concerns.
The Ethical Practice of Psychology in Organizations, Second Edition
This book reflects the provision of the revised APA Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Psychologists.
Ethics in HIV-Related Psychotherapy
This book offers an overview and decision making model for handling ethical, legal and moral dilemmas for clinicians serving HIV positive clients and for use in graduate ethics courses.
Ethics in Plain English
This book is a practical and engaging resource that shows psychologists how to apply the principles of APA's Ethics Code to the ethical dilemmas that they encounter in their daily lives.
Mandated Reporting of Suspected Child Abuse
The second edition of this APA book contains an extensive set of guidelines and recommendations on how to respond to mandated reporting laws in a variety of settings.
Practical Ethics for Psychologists
This second edition features new material on the positive impact of continuing education programs; consideration of emotional problems and non-rational decision making on professional competence; and discussion of the challenges of delivering psychological services using electronic media.
Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology
This book is the first to comprehensively examine how feminist values and principles illuminate ethical dilemmas commonly faced by psychologists.
Professional Conduct and Discipline in Psychology
The complex, multifaceted process of psychology regulation in the United States and in Canada gets a comprehensive treatment in this much-needed resource volume.
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