Ethics for Mental Health Professionals

Ethics for Mental Health Professionals

Release Date: February, 2024|Copyright: © 2024 |Pages: 257
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-8607-8
ISBN13: 9781668486078|ISBN10: 1668486075|EISBN13: 9781668486085
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In the realm of mental health professionals, possessing knowledge of psychotherapeutic techniques is merely the tip of the iceberg. To excel in this field, professionals must master navigating the ethical challenges inherent in therapeutic relationships. Ethics for Mental Health Professionals illuminates the intricate landscape of ethical considerations that define the practice of mental health professionals. This book goes beyond the mere acquisition of psychotherapeutic techniques, emphasizing the paramount significance of navigating ethical challenges inherent in the field.

This book delves into the ethical foundations underpinning the mental health profession, acknowledging the elevated responsibility and ethical requisites placed upon these professionals. Readers will embark on a journey transcending routine psychotherapeutic knowledge and exploring ethical decision-making within therapeutic relationships. The book addresses the critical need for mental health practitioners to possess clinical expertise and adeptly navigate ethical dilemmas that may arise in their professional journey.

Mental health professionals will find invaluable insights within these pages. From dissecting the ethical dimensions of confidentiality to providing a roadmap for ethical decision-making when confronted with moral quandaries, this book equips practitioners with the tools to uphold the highest ethical standards in their practice.

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The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Ethical Challenges and Dilemmas
  • Ethical Competence
  • Ethical Requirements
  • Informed Consent and Confidentiality
  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Mental Healthcare Decision-Making Ethics
  • Professional Ethics
  • Psychotherapeutic Techniques
  • Therapeutic Relationships
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S. Jack Olszewski is an educator with experience in teaching philosophy (Italy) and psychology (Canada and the USA). Dr. Olszewski is an expert with extensive theoretical knowledge, practical experience, and publications in the mental health field. His teaching model and research on professional ethics seek to educate professionals regarding the theory and applications and discuss the principles of a helping profession. Dr. Olszewski provides students and practitioners with a well-informed and meaningful learning environment, which includes personal and professional development in applying guidelines to clinical and counseling activities and the professional responsibilities of mental health professionals.
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