The Portable Ethicist for Mental Health Professionals: A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice

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John Wiley & Sons, Aug 22, 2008 - Psychology - 576 pages
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Now fully revised and in a second edition, The Portable Ethicist for Mental Health Professionals suggests solutions to the simple and complex ethical questions mental health professionals must deal with on a daily basis. This indispensable guide arms you with the expert knowledge you need to avoid an ethical violation?or to handle the situation if a complaint is filed. Web copy, 5/14/08, RH
 

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Contents

A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Part II ETHICS CODES AND LICENSING
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Part III PRACTICE CONSIDERATIONS
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Part IV PROFESSIONAL ISSUES
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Part V SPECIAL THERAPY CONSIDERATIONS
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Epilogue Ethics in the TwentyFirst Century
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Appendix A Mental Health Professional Organizations
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Appendix B Allied Healthcare Providers Professional and Supplemental Liability Insuranc...
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Appendix C American Home Assurance Company
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Appendix D Sample Jurisprudence Exam Questions
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition References and Reading Material
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A Complete Guide to Responsible Practice Second Edition Index
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Thomas L. Hartsell Jr., JD, is an attorney and mediator in private practice in Dallas, Texas. He is a frequent workshop presenter on topics related to ethics, managed care, confidentiality, informed consent, abuse allegations, and other legal aspects of mental health practice.

Barton E. Bernstein, JD, LMSW, is an attorney in private practice in Dallas, Texas, and a Licensed Master Social Worker. He conducts workshops and seminars throughout the United States.

Together, the authors wrote the first edition of this book and its two companion volumes, The Portable Lawyer for Mental Health Professionals, Second Edition and The Portable Guide to Testifying in Court for Mental Health Professionals, both published by Wiley.

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