Ethics for Massage Therapists

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007 - Medical - 169 pages

This text gives instructors and students a structured format for teaching and learning ethics and standards of practice for massage therapy. Discussion topics include core industry standards of practice, laws, morals, rules, and regulations. It is an ideal textbook for ethics courses in massage therapy programs and prepares students for the ethics questions on the National Certification Exam.

The book guides students through the process of putting ethical standards into practice, and explains what is expected of them in a professional setting. Role-playing exercises and example scenarios prepare students for situations and dilemmas that arise in practice.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER Q Your Belief System
1
CHAPTER Values and Emotions
9
CHAPTER Q Code of Ethics
21
CHAPTER Q Law Rules and Regulations
31
CHAPTER Q Boundaries
41
CHAPTER Q Client and Therapist Relationships
55
CHAPTER Sexuality
71
CHAPTER Disclosure
83
CHAPTER Ethics of Working With Other Professionals
97
CHAPTER Q Policies and Procedures
111
CHAPTER Business Ethics
123
CHAPTER Conflict Resolution
137
CHAPTER Secrets of Success
151
CHAPTER Writing Your Own Code of Ethics
159
Glossary
165
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