Counseling Ethics for the 21st Century: A Case-Based Guide to Virtuous Practice

SAGE Publications
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Counseling Ethics for the 21st Century prepares students to address ethical issues arising in contemporary counseling practice. Drawing on their own clinical and practical experiences, authors Elliot D. Cohen and Gale Spieler Cohen present detailed, realistic, and engaging clinical case studies along with a comprehensive five-step model that can be used to manage the complex ethical problems raised throughout the book. Each chapter focuses on particular virtues in the context of examining a particular counseling issue, including online counseling, digital record keeping, and social media. Students will be empowered to define problems, identify relevant facts, conduct ethical analyses, and make the best decisions for their clients.
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Elliot D. Cohen, Ph.D., Brown University, is Professor and Chair of the Department of Humanities at Indian River State College, and Adjunct Professor of Clinical Ethics at Florida State University College of Medicine. He is also Executive Director of the National Philosophical Counseling Association (NPCA); President of the Institute of Critical Thinking Center for Logic-Based Therapy (LBT); and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Applied Philosophy. Author of 22 published books and numerous articles in diverse areas of applied and professional ethics, and philosophical counseling, Dr. Cohen has developed and proposed model rules for professional codes of ethics including the American Counseling Association (ACA). He also writes a popular blog for Psychology Today called, What Would Aristotle Do?

Gale Spieler Cohen, Ed.D., LMHC, NCC is Professor and Chair of the Human Services Department at Indian River State College. She is a licensed mental health counselor in Florida and a National Certified Counselor with clinical experience in a wide array of areas including child sexual abuse and domestic abuse and intimate partner violence. She holds a doctorate in Child, Youth, and Human Services with a specialization in Family Systems and Services from Nova Southeastern University.

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Publisher
SAGE Publications
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Published on
Feb 8, 2018
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Pages
272
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ISBN
9781506345499
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Language
English
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Genres
Law / Ethics & Professional Responsibility
Psychology / Psychotherapy / Counseling
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