Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling
Routledge – 2011 – 369 pages
In Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling, Kitchener and Anderson lay a conceptual foundation for thinking well about ethical problems.
Whereas the first edition focused mainly on ethical reasoning and decision making, this new edition draws more explicitly on all components of James Rest's model of moral/ethical behavior, including moral/ethical sensitivity, moral/ethical decision making, moral/ethical motivation, and the ego strength to follow through on the decision.
The book addresses five key principles of ethical decision making and includes updated sections on research, teaching and supervision, and practice. It discusses the relationship of the ethical principles and the model of ethical decision-making to professional ethical codes, while offering discussion questions, case scenarios, and activities to help the reader focus on ethical character and virtue.
Foundations of Ethical Practice, Research, and Teaching in Psychology and Counseling gives psychologists, students, and trainees the tools they need to analyze their own ethical quandaries and take the right action.
Part I: Foundations of Ethical Reasoning and Character. Ethics: What It Is and What It Is Not. Thinking Well About Doing Good. Foundational Principles and Using Them to Think Well. The Practicalities of Ethical Decision Making. Virtue Ethics: The Foundation of a Moral Life. Professional Ethical Identity: Developing the Foundation of a Professional's Character. Part II: Ethical Issues Across Professional Roles in Psychology and Counseling. Competence: Doing Good and Avoiding Harm. Competence: Doing Good in Practice, Teaching and Research. Respecting Others with Informed Consent. Smith, Confidentiality: Doing Good, Avoiding Harm, and Maintaining Trust. Multiple Roles and Professional Boundaries: Providing Benefit and Avoiding Harm. Sexualized Professional Relationships: Causing Harm. Social Justice: Beyond Being Fair to Advocacy.