Get 24 months FREE access to an interactive eBook* when you buy the paperback! (Print paperback version only, ISBN9781473913974) To find out more visit: https://study.sagepub.com/counsellingethics
Textbook with free access to counselling videos and other digital resources!
The fourth edition of this classic text includes FREE access to an interactive eBook edition, which gives you on-the-go access to a wealth of digital resources supporting the print edition. It includes:
* 16 counselling scenario videos
* 16 author discussion videos
* an interactive glossary
* journal articles
* interactive multiple choice questions
* live links to useful websites, including ethical codes and frameworks relevant to the UK and internationally.
The 16 counselling scenario videos illustrate key ethical topics, issues and dilemmas arising in counselling practice, including: contracting, confidentiality, working with a client with suicidal intent, counselling in a digital age, counsellor self-care - and much more. In the 16 author discussion videos, leading expert Tim Bond gives his reflections on each counselling scenario, to support you in your ethical practice.
Other updates to the new edition include three new chapters on Working with Social Diversity, Counselling in a Digital Age and Being Accountable: Evidence-based Practice and Monitoring and new content on reflective practice to encourage ethical mindfulness.
This is the ultimate guide to standards and ethics in the psychological therapies and a must read for all trainees and practitioners.
Tim Bond is an Emeritus Professor of the University of Bristol and Visiting Professor to the University of Malta.
We are putting the finishing touches on all of the carefully crafted tools and resources that will soon be available to you on the interactive ebook. Please check back soon to see what the interactive ebook has to offer!
*interactivity only available through Vitalsource eBook
Tim Bond is an Emeritus Professor of the University of Bristol and Visiting Professor to the University of Malta. He has a longstanding commitment to researching and writing about professional ethics for the talking therapies and promoting mental well-being. He is currently a consultant to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy on professional ethics and standards, a member of the Ethics Committee for the British Psychological Society and the Executive Council of the International Association for Counselling. He is a registered member of BACP and provides counselling supervision and training workshops.
Part I: The Background Introduction What Is Counselling? Sources of Counselling Ethics Framework for Counselling Ethics and Standards Part II: Responsibility to the Client Safety, Negligence and Insurance Respect for Client Autonomy Suicide and Refusing to Accept Life-Saving Treatment Counsellor Competence Avoiding the Exploitation of Clients Confidentiality Counselling in a Digital Age Working with Social Diversity Part III: The Counsellor and Others Responsibility to Oneself, Colleagues and the Community Counselling Supervision Record-Keeping Being Accountable: Evidence-based Practice and Monitoring Part IV: The Whole Picture Ethical Problem-Solving Implications for Practice