Reflecting the current legal, professional and cultural context of CBT practice this book provides therapists and counsellors with an understanding of both the values and ethics that accompany this approach.
Providing real examples and reflective questions to encourage trainees to think about their own practice, this book takes the time to explain the principles and source of clinical ethics before focusing on the specific requirements for CBT users, including:
Responsibilities to your client
It provides real examples and reflective questions to help you think about your own practice. This book will be your guide to CBT specific vales and ethics as you train and continue into practice.
Michael Townend is a Reader in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy at the University of Derby.
General Principles of Values and Ethics Concepts in Clinical Ethics Implications for CBT Technique Considering Therapist's Responsibilities and Boundaries Confidentiality and Record Keeping Professional and Therapeutic Competence in CBT Research and Evidence The Ethics of Using a CBT Approach Specific Populations Conclusion: Ethical Decision Making