Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions, 8th Edition (SAB 240 Substance Abuse Issues in Client Service)Author:
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Pub Date: 2011
Gerald Corey is the author of Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions, 8th Edition (SAB 240 Substance Abuse Issues in Client Service), published 2011 under ISBN 9780495812418 and 0495812412. Two hundred eighty seven Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions, 8th Edition (SAB 240 Substance Abuse Issues in Client Service) textbooks are available for sale on ValoreBooks.com, twenty two used from the cheapest price of $27.75, or buy new starting at $210.00. [read more]
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It was an excellent resource to learn the strength techniques for counselling.read more
I've read other books related to this subject but no were as relevant as the material in this book.
Good basic overview of the ethical concerns related to the helping professionsread more
What the primary issues facing the helping professions are
This book has the dos and donts in the counseling field. I learned how to cover my own self when working with clients so I dont get sued.read more
I learned how to use ethical methods and how they pertain to the state and federal laws and found them most useful to me.
If I could change one this about this book I would add visual imagesread more
I learned about ethical concerns that can interfere or empower school counselors.
I found this entire book to be helpful in addressing the issues and ethics that helping professionals can encounter.read more
The most interesting thing that I learned in this book was when it addressed special ethical considerations and the vast number of ethical issues that need to be considered hen working with various populations.
Develop Person through the life span and a lot of information to follow.read more
Was a pretty good book and a little difficult to keep up with.
It help me understand how to cope in the work place environment. Also how to deal with the issues that occur in the work place.read more
The scenario's that they wrote about people that had issues in the office setting.
Easy to understand, very well written and has a lot of the topics spoken in class. This is a book requested for most human services majors so it is good to have it.read more
Nothing, is a great book. My only problem with it is that it's quite heavy and I had to carry plenty of books around.
Maybe to include a CD with some situational experiences to be able to process and then see if a student can come to a conclusion as to what the best ethical/legal approach would be.read more
How it was easily broke down into different categories as to what types of issues and ethics could be displayed in the workplace. I also liked the assessments at the beginning of the chapter, and then the fact that you could read over the chapter and then go back to the assessment again and make your selection and see how your viewpoints may have changed due to becoming more educated within the chapter readings.
Gave lots of information and description of present day issues that occur in this profession.read more
Issues that arise in the helping profession and how to correctly handle theM. The book was extremely effective in covering this subject.
I learned about ethical challenges faced when helping those in the communityread more
The class was designed to help understand the needs of others. It also made aware the ethical and professionalism that a professional needs to have when working with others
really like this book lots of information and scenarios that you can review.read more
nothing everything was something I needed for school and my future career.
Pub Date: 2011