Ethics in Mental Health and Deafness

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Gallaudet University Press, 2002 - Education - 193 pages
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Mental health experts describe ethical decisions in working with deaf clients, particularly issues of communication. Addressing those who provide mental health services to deaf people, 10 chapters are presented by Gutman (psychology, Gallaudet U.) that explore a variety of issues of ethics in dealing with varied populations and settings. Discussions include examinations of the law and ethics, working with children and adolescents, working with minorities, training professionals for mental health services, genetic counseling and testing for deafness, and research involving deaf people.
 

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Contents

Ethical Problems in Deaf Mental
1
Ethics in Mental Health and Deafness
11
3
18
Law and Ethics in Mental Health and Deafness
38
Ethical Issues in Working With Deaf Children
52
Ethical Considerations for Counseling Deaf
68
Ethical Issues When Working With
84
Ethical Challenges in Training Professionals
99
8
123
Ethical Issues in Genetic Counseling
149
10
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