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Ethics in practice : a guide for counsellors / edited by Kathie Crocket, Margaret Agee and Sue Cornforth.

Contributor(s): Crocket, Kathie | Agee, Margaret Nelson | Cornforth, Sue.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington [N.Z.] : Dunmore Pub., 2011Description: 295 pages ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781877399572; 1877399574.Subject(s): Counselors -- Professional ethics -- New Zealand | Counseling psychology -- New Zealand | Counseling -- ethics | Cultural Competency -- ethics | Cultural Competency -- psychology | Ethics, Professional | Counseling psychology | Counselors -- Professional ethics | New Zealand | New ZealandDDC classification: 174.936106
Contents:
Machine generated note: 1.1 Ethics as everyday practice Kathie Crocket -- Te Tiriti and ethics as dialogue: A unique call to partnership? Joy Te Wiata and Alastair Crocket, with reflections from Vi Woolf and Carl Mika -- 1.3 Culture is always present: A conversation about ethics argaretAgee, Kathie Crocket, Carol Fatialofa, Kaaren Frater-Mathieson, Hyeeun Kim, Candy Vong and Vi Woolf -- 1.4 Situating ethical practice in philosophical storylines Sue Cornforth and Kathie Crocket -- 1.5 Making decisions for ethical action Kathie Crocket -- 1.6 Using a code of ethics as a working document Kathie Crocket -- 2.1 Marketing, advertisine and ethics: Communicating with the public Judi Miller -- 2.2 Professional disclosure statements Judi Miller -- 2.3 The setting for counselling: Private practice Fran Parkin and Kathie Crocket -- 2.4 Working beyond the agency walls Jenny Snowdon -- 2.5 Soliciting clients John Winslade -- 2.6 Testimonials from clients Margaret Agee -- 2.7 Ethics for research and publication Sue Cornforth -- 3.1 A few notes about notes Eric Medcalf -- 3.2 More notes about notes Carol White -- 3-3 School counsellors: Clients, colleagues and confidentiality Colin Hughes -- 3-4 Even-handedness in relationship counselling Rhonda Pritchard -- 3-5 Even-handedness in relationship counselling: A companion piece Jim Depree -- 3-6 Multiple relationships Kathie Crocket -- 3.7 Managing complex relationships in pastoral and church-based counselling Philip Culbertson -- 3'S Managing complex relationships in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities Antony McFelin -- 3.9 Working within the scope of our competence Eric Medcalf -- 3.10 Unbearable affect in ethical problems Bill Grant -- 3-11 Physical touch in counselling relationships Irene Esler and Carol White -- 3-12 When a client dies Rhonda Pritchard -- 3-13 Communicating with other professionals: Referral and other practices Bob Manthei -- 3-14 Online practices Jeannie Wright -- 3-15 Electronic recording of counselling conversations Kathie Crocket -- 3-16 Responsibilities to others in a client s life Eric Medcalf, Margaret Agee, Sue Cornforth and Kathie Crocket -- 3.17 Imminent threat of serious harm -- Margaret Agee -- 4.1 Ethics and the law Simon Jefferson -- 4.2 Counsellors as witnesses in court Margaret Agee and Rachael Feather -- 4.3 When a client goes to court Margaret Agee -- 4.4 When a counsellor knows about illegal practices Margaret Agee -- Introduction Kathie Crocket -- 5.1 When a colleagues practice is impaired Bob Manthei -- 5.2 To complain or not to complain: That is the question Sue Webb -- 5-3 On being a complainant Sue Webb -- 5.4 On being a respondent Sue Webb -- 5-5 The NZAC regional ethics process Carol White -- Extending ethics: The future is already at hand Sue Cornforth.
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This accessible guide locates ethical practice in the context of New Zealand's Treaty-based culture, law and legal systems, and the New Zealand Association of Counsellors' Code of Ethics. A wide range of practitioners discuss ethical dilemmas that challenge them in their daily work.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-286) and index.

Machine generated note: 1.1 Ethics as everyday practice Kathie Crocket -- Te Tiriti and ethics as dialogue: A unique call to partnership? Joy Te Wiata and Alastair Crocket, with reflections from Vi Woolf and Carl Mika -- 1.3 Culture is always present: A conversation about ethics argaretAgee, Kathie Crocket, Carol Fatialofa, Kaaren Frater-Mathieson, Hyeeun Kim, Candy Vong and Vi Woolf -- 1.4 Situating ethical practice in philosophical storylines Sue Cornforth and Kathie Crocket -- 1.5 Making decisions for ethical action Kathie Crocket -- 1.6 Using a code of ethics as a working document Kathie Crocket -- 2.1 Marketing, advertisine and ethics: Communicating with the public Judi Miller -- 2.2 Professional disclosure statements Judi Miller -- 2.3 The setting for counselling: Private practice Fran Parkin and Kathie Crocket -- 2.4 Working beyond the agency walls Jenny Snowdon -- 2.5 Soliciting clients John Winslade -- 2.6 Testimonials from clients Margaret Agee -- 2.7 Ethics for research and publication Sue Cornforth -- 3.1 A few notes about notes Eric Medcalf -- 3.2 More notes about notes Carol White -- 3-3 School counsellors: Clients, colleagues and confidentiality Colin Hughes -- 3-4 Even-handedness in relationship counselling Rhonda Pritchard -- 3-5 Even-handedness in relationship counselling: A companion piece Jim Depree -- 3-6 Multiple relationships Kathie Crocket -- 3.7 Managing complex relationships in pastoral and church-based counselling Philip Culbertson -- 3'S Managing complex relationships in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex communities Antony McFelin -- 3.9 Working within the scope of our competence Eric Medcalf -- 3.10 Unbearable affect in ethical problems Bill Grant -- 3-11 Physical touch in counselling relationships Irene Esler and Carol White -- 3-12 When a client dies Rhonda Pritchard -- 3-13 Communicating with other professionals: Referral and other practices Bob Manthei -- 3-14 Online practices Jeannie Wright -- 3-15 Electronic recording of counselling conversations Kathie Crocket -- 3-16 Responsibilities to others in a client s life Eric Medcalf, Margaret Agee, Sue Cornforth and Kathie Crocket -- 3.17 Imminent threat of serious harm -- Margaret Agee -- 4.1 Ethics and the law Simon Jefferson -- 4.2 Counsellors as witnesses in court Margaret Agee and Rachael Feather -- 4.3 When a client goes to court Margaret Agee -- 4.4 When a counsellor knows about illegal practices Margaret Agee -- Introduction Kathie Crocket -- 5.1 When a colleagues practice is impaired Bob Manthei -- 5.2 To complain or not to complain: That is the question Sue Webb -- 5-3 On being a complainant Sue Webb -- 5.4 On being a respondent Sue Webb -- 5-5 The NZAC regional ethics process Carol White -- Extending ethics: The future is already at hand Sue Cornforth.