Culturally Relevant Ethical Decision-making in Counseling

Un libro in lingua di Rick Houser Wilczenski Felicia L. Ham Mary Anna Domokos-Cheng Ham Maryanna edito da Sage Pubns, 2006

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Houser (counseling and school psychology, U. of Massachusetts) and colleagues summarize definitions and theories relevant to counselors' professional ethics. Drawing on Wefel's (2002) model of ethical decision-making, they propose a contextualized, hermeneutic approach for training counselors that incorporates major world philosophical views. After tracing concepts and values from Western, Eastern, and Southern hemisphere theories of ethics, they present case examples treating such ethical dilemmas as rational suicide, counselor competence, conflict between client worldview and the law, and culturally appropriate assessment. The text includes discussion questions and Web resources. Annotation ©2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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