Title Ethics for Counselors
Subtitle Integrating Counseling and Psychology Standards
Author Silvia L. Mazzula, Pamela Li Vecchi
ISBN 9780826181862
List price USD 65.00
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 204
Book size 178 x 254 mm
Publishing year 2018
Original publisher Springer Publishing Company
Published in India by Springer Publishing Company
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Review:

”It is one thing to discuss these matters clearly and often, but it is another to make them living experiences for the reader. I am particularly impressed by the many ways in which the authors strive to involve the readers, whether it be by presenting dilemmas to consider or spelling out activities that highlight the points under consideration. This not only is a book that students will read with interest and enthusiasm, it also is one that will make the task of the instructor clear and easier to accomplish.”

 

—George Stricker, PhD

Description:

This is the first textbook to integrate American Counseling Association (ACA) and American Psychological Association (APA) ethical standards for programs spanning both counseling and psychology. It provides a clear, comprehensive review of the codes of ethics of both organizations, distilling the essence of each to enable counselors and psychologists to understand and engage in ethical decision making. The text also clarifies legal requirements at state and federal levels, and facilitates critical thinking about the complex intersection of legal requirements and ethical codes in a way that is easily understandable.

Focusing on key issues such as confidentiality, professional boundaries, professional and multicultural competence, social media, and situations with colleagues, the book is also unique in its inclusion of how ethical guidelines are influenced by self-care. Chapters engage readers with self-assessment questions, illustrative case vignettes, and discussion questions.

A glossary of terms helps to clarify legal and ethical terminology, and additional resources direct readers to more in-depth research. The text is ideally suited to meet the needs of both CACREP and non-CACREP programs that train counselors who work in an interprofessional climate of mental health care. It is also useful for undergraduate programs in addiction and substance abuse services counseling. The availability of an Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoints provides additional value.

Key Features:

  • Reviews and integrates ethical standards and guidelines of the ACA and APA
  • Designed for both CACREP and non-CACREP approved programs staffed by individuals representing both ACA and APA standards
  • Focuses on confidentiality, professional boundaries, competence, social media, and responsibilities to colleagues
  • Offers information on ethics of counselor self-care
  • Includes case vignettes with discussion questions, self-assessment questions, and glossary
  • Provides Instructor’s Manual and PowerPoint slides


Contents:

Foreword, by George Stricker, PhD

Preface

Acknowledgments

 

Part I: Overview

Chapter 1. Ethics, Context, and Critical Self-Reflection

 

Part II: Major Ethical Dilemmas

Chapter 2. Confidentiality

Chapter 3. Professional Boundaries

Chapter 4. Professional Competence

 

Part III: Dynamic and Contemporary Ethical Issues

Chapter 5. Culturally Competent Treatment

Chapter 6. Managing Social Media

Chapter 7. Confronting Colleagues and Other Sticky Situations

 

Part IV: Recommendations

Chapter 8. Self-Care

Chapter 9. Counselors and Beyond

 

Appendix

Index                


About the Authors:

Silvia L. Mazzula, PhD, LPC, is Associate Professor of Psychology at John Jay College of Criminal Justice. She serves as Director and Principal Investigator of the Latina Researchers Network, a nationwide network of over 3,000 professors, scholars, academic leaders and early career researchers. Dr. Mazzula has extensive experience in curriculum development, including developing and teaching train-the-trainer programs for mental health providers and child welfare workers and courses on multicultural psychology, forensic mental health counseling and group treatment for undergraduates and graduate students. She is also an expert on training counselor-trainees and has spoken on ethical standards and educational training programs throughout hear career. Dr. Mazzula’s work has been published in Hispanic Journal of Behavioral SciencesWomen & Therapy, and International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, as well as book chapters and encyclopedias. She is Co-Editor of a four-volume encyclopedia, Sage Encyclopedia on Psychology and Gender.

Pamela Li Vecchi, PsyD, is an adjunct professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, where she teaches classes in clinical practice. She has spent the last decade creating and providing trainings focused on effective self-care and ethical behavior and has spent more than 15 years focusing on the treatment of children and adolescents. Dr. Li Vecchi has specialized in teaching students who work within the substance abuse and correctional fields, and applies her extensive experience working in both settings to create curriculums focused on professional development. Dr. Li Vecchi has provided professional presentations on teaching ethics to students and understanding how to apply ethics within clinical work, as well as providing psychotherapy within challenging settings, such as institutions or in-home therapy. Along with teaching and providing direct clinical services, Dr. Li Vecchi is a partner and senior consultant at Northeastern Psychological Consultation, LLC.

Target Audience:

Counselors and psychologists. It is also useful for undergraduate programs in addiction and substance abuse services counseling.

 

 

 
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