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chpt 2/3

psychotherapy

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WHAT IS VALUE IMPOSITION THE COUNSELORS DIRECT ATTEMPT TO DEFINE A CLIENT'S VALUES, ATTITUDES, BELIEF'S, AND BEHAVIORS.
WHAT IS COUNTER TRANSFERENCE ANY OF THE CLIENT'S PROJECTIONS THAT INFLUENCE THE WAY WE PERCEIVE AND REACT TO A CLIENT.
WHAT IS MANDATORY ETHICS THE VIEW OF ETHICAL PRACTICE THAT DEALS WITH THE MINIMUM LEVEL OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE.
WHAT IS ASPIRATIONAL ETHICS A HIGHER LEVEL OF ETHICAL PRACTICE THAT ADDRESSES DOING WHAT IS IN THE BEST INTEREST OF CLIENTS.
WHAT IS POSITIVE ETHICS AN APPROACH TAKEN BY PRACTITIONERS WHO WANT TO THEIR BEST FOR CLIENTS RATHER THAN SIMPLY MEET MINIMUM STANDARDS TO STAY OUT OF TROUBLE.
GATHER INFORMATION THAT WILL SHED LIGHT ON THE NATURE OF THE PROBLEM. IDENTIFY THE PROBLEM OR DILEMMA
EVALUATE THE RIGHTS, RESPONSIBILITIES, AND WELFARE OF ALL THIS WHO ARE INVOLVED IN THE SITUATION. IDENTIFY THE POTENTIAL ISSUES
CONSIDER WHETHER YOUR OWN VALUES AND ETHICS ARE CONSISTENT WITH OR IN CONFLICT WITH THE RELEVANT GUIDELINES LOOK AT THE RELEVANT ETHICS CODES FOR GENERAL GUIDANCE ON THE MATTER
DETERMINE HOW THEY MAY HAVE A BEARING ON AN ETHICAL DILEMMA CONSIDER THAT APPLICABLE LAWS AND REGULATIONS
DOCUMENT IN THE CLIENTS RECORDS WHAT SUGGESTIONS YOU RECEIVED FROM THIS CONSULTATION SEEK CONSULTATION FROM MORE THAN ONE SOURCE TO OBTAIN VARIOUS PERSPECTIVES ON THE DILEMMA
CONTINUE TO DISCUSS OPTIONS WITH OTHER PROFESSIONALS BRAINSTORM VARIOUS POSSIBLE COURSES OF ACTION
DO REFLECTION ON THE IMPLICATIONS OF EACH COURSE OF ACTION FOR YOUR CLIENT ENUMERATE THE CONSEQUENCES OF VARIOUS DECISIONS.
DOCUMENT THE REASONS FOR THE ACTIONS YOU TOOK AS WELL AS YOUR EVALUATION MEASURES DECIDE ON WHAT APPEARS TO BE THE BEST POSSIBLE COURSE OF ACTION
INFORMED CONSENT INVOLVES THE RIGHTS CLIENTS TI BE INFORMED ABOUT THEIR THERAPY AND TO MAKE AUTONOMOUS DECISIONS PERTAINING TO IT
CONFIDENTIALITY LEGAL DUTY OF THERAPY NOT TO DISCLOSE INFORMATION ABOUT A CLIENT
PRIVILEGED COMMUNICATION A LEGAL CONCEPT THAT GENERALLY BARS THE DISCLOSURE INFORMATION ABOUT A CLIENT
REASON 1 TO BREAK CONFIDENTIALITY WHEN THE THERAPIST BELIEVES A CLIENT UNDER 16 IS THE VICTIM OF INCEST,RAPE, CHILD ABUSE OR SOME OTHER CRIME
REASON 2 TO BREAK CONFIDENTIALITY WHEN THE THERAPIST DETERMINES THAT THE CLIENT NEEDS HOSPITALIZATION
REASON 3 TO BREAK CONFIDENTIALITY WHEN INFORMATION IS MADE AN ISSUE IN A COURT ACTION
REASON 4 TO BREAK CONFIDENTIALITY WHEN CLIENTS REQUEST THEIR RECORDS TO BE RELEASED
ASSESSMENT CONSIST OF EVALUATING THE RELEVANT FACTORS IN A CLIENT'S LIFE TO IDENTIFY THEMES FOR FURTHER EXPLORATION IN THE COUNSELING PROCESS
DIAGNOSIS PART OF THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS, CONSISTING OF IDENTIFYING A SPECIFIC MENTAL DISORDER BASED ON A PATTERN OF SYMPTOMS
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE (EBO) THE INTEGRATION OF THE BEST AVAILABLE RESEARCH WITH CLINICAL EXPERTISE IN THE CONTEXT OF PATIENT CHARACTERISTICS, CULTURE, AND PREFERENCES.
DUAL OR MULTIPLE RELATIONSHIPS EITHER SEXUAL OR NONSEXUAL, OCCUR WHEN COUNSELORS ASSUME TWO(OR MORE) ROLES SIMULTANEOUSLY OR SEQUENTIALLY WITH A CLIENT.
BOUNDARY CROSSING A DEPARTURE FROM A COMMONLY ACCEPTED PRACTICE THAT COULD POTENTIALLY BENEFIT A CLIENT
BOUNDARY VIOLATION A SERIOUS BREACH THAT HARMS THE CLIENT AND IS THEREFORE UNETHICAL