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Table of Contents


1. On Being Ethical

2. Competence: Personal Fitness, Qualifications, and Training Issues

3. Psychotherapy I: Ethical Obligations of Psychotherapists

4. Psychotherapy II. Ethical Issues in Psychotherapeutic Techniques and Related Controversies

5. Ethical Challenges in Working with Human Diversity

6. Confidentiality, Privacy, and Record Keeping

7. Psychological Assessment: Testing Tribulations

8. Nonsexual Multiple Role Relationships

9. Attraction, Romance, and Sexual Intimacies with Clients and Subordinates

10. Relationships with Colleagues, Supervisees, Students, and Employees

11. Self-Promotion in the Age of Electronic Media

12. The Mental Health Business: Money and Managed Care

13. Mental Health Practitioners in the Legal System: Tort and Retort

14. Mental Health Professionals in Academia

15. Challenging Work Settings: Juggling Porcupines

16. Scholarly Publications and the Responsible Conduct of Research

17. Making Ethical Decisions and Taking Action

18. Ethics Codes, Regulations, and Enforcements


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