Issues and Ethics in the Helping ProfessionsAuthor:
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Pub Date: 2010
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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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.
Very detailed and very valuable ethical researched information from various well known fields including a wealth of knowledge from various walks of life incorporated into the development of early process of the world of helping very well written and expression of value to society is rewardingread more
explicit detail concerning the ethics that we face in our world of helping covering basic issues to unbelievable events that are encountered includes valuable web sites, professional organizations, and rules and regulations
This was for a undergrad Social Work class called Introduction to Ethics. The class had us using the NASW and the Ohio Code of Ethics and comparing the two a lot to find inconsistencies, and this book was a guide for doing that, and for presenting ethical dilemmas.read more
This book presented many situations in where the "best" response was not obvious. It showed how important it is to have personal guidelines in place before encountering these situations in the real world. The content of the book wasn't extremely engaging, but the overall topic is very relevant and interesting.
This was an easy to read book which is suprising for a ethics book. I actually enjoyed it.read more
I wouldnt change a thing but I did stop reading the examples after the 3rd chapter.
I like the fact that the book demonstrated the issues and ethics that a person in a helping profession should be aware of and it also showed what it looked like and how to not only apply the ethics but also show guides on how to go about solving related problems. I especially like the CD- Ethics in Action that helped me see a live dealing with ethical issues.read more
It gave more vignettes demonstrating ethical issues and how to respond to them. I also appreciated the commentaries, activities and exercises that help me practice what I learned.
By reading the different cases I was able to identify the ethical issues and retain the information more clearly.read more
I was able to understand that at any given point in this profession I will be faced with an ethical issue or dilemma. Having the proper tools and education that was presented in this book has given me the basics.
This book provided me with an understanding of how ethics and moral principals are applied in my profession which is human services. It also allowed me to see that it is important to know how culture, sexual orientation, race, age, gender etc. plays a part in making ethical decisions. I learned that I must be aware of differences and to always pay attention to any biases I may have. I learned the importance of maintain a healthy self and that my learning will never stop and the importance of a counselors role to the client and our community. I have learned how to solve an ethical dilemma using the moral and ethical principles as a guide. This book helped me to decide if I would stay in this field of study or not. There are many challenges that social workers face and if I had not read this book I would not have known how important morals and ethics are I this professionread more
The book was very well organized, and I don't now how it could have been better
It was very informative. It wasn't the easiest to read due the organization of itread more
Ethical codes and standards that need to be created prior to opening a practice.
Corey is a leading professional on all things counseling. This is an excellent reference for anyone entering the helping profession.read more
Interesting vignettes on ethic topics. These are great for group or class discussion.
Discussed the various ethical policies of psychology, and reviewed the principles and standards of the APA's Ethical Principles of Psychology and Code of Conduct. It was very helpful and provided hypothetical cases related to the topics being discussed in class.read more
Hard to find some specific topics, limited subject index.
Pub Date: 2010
Publisher: Cengage Learning