6 edition of Bringing Ethics Alive found in the catalog.
by Haworth Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
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Bringing Ethics Alive is the only book of its kind that deals with the multicultural aspects of ethics in mental health services and discusses specific objectives for incorporating ethics in psychotherapy education. Divided into two sections, Bringing Ethics alive focuses on both theoretical and practical issues of ethics in feminist : Nanette Gartrell.
Bringing Ethics Alive is the only book of its kind that deals with the multicultural aspects of ethics in mental health services and discusses specific objectives for incorporating ethics in psychotherapy education.
Divided into two sections, Bringing Ethics alive focuses on both theoretical and practical issues of ethics in feminist therapy. ContentsPreface Part I: Feminist Ethics in Theory Bringing Ethics Alive: Training Practitioners About Gender, Ethnicity, and Sexual Orientation Issues Teaching Ethics in Psychotherapy Boundaries in Feminist Therapy: A Conceptual Formulation Part II: Feminist Ethics in Practice Sexual Abuse of Women by Women in Psychotherapy: Counseling and Advocacy Therapist Sexual Misconduct Comparing the.
This easy-to-read book is filled with practical case examples that bring ethics alive. Practicing psychologists and psychologists-in-training will find it a useful guide for how to prepare for and respond to the many ethical challenges and dilemmas we each will face.
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Ethics of abortion, euthanasia, and treatment of people in comas all get a rigorous treatment within the book. The author argues that medical decisions and laws as well as the religious and political positions of the past have been incoherent - a hodgepodge of patches that more quickly demonstrate the crumbling of the framework still in use, rather than a nuanced view of life and by: Each unit of Bring Science Alive.
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My library. The rest of the book exemplifies Banner’s recovery of a Christian everyday ethics within a narrative of human life—from conception to burial— and shows the true value of interactions between moral theology, christology, and social anthropology.