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    Elizabeth J. Rave,Carolyn C. Larsen
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Rave, Elizabeth J. and Larsen, Carolyn C. Bibliographic Citation. New York: Guilford Press, 1995. Adults With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and Participation in Decision Making: Ethical Considerations for Professional-Client Practice . Lotan, Gurit; Ells, Carolyn (2010-04).

Rave, Elizabeth J. In this article, the authors challenge professionals to re-examine assumptions about basic concepts and their implications in supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The authors focus on decisions. Related Items in Google Scholar.

What is the ethical course when two or more principles conflict? What are ethical approaches on issues not addressed in traditional professional ethics codes? This volume grapples with these and related questions. ISBN13:9780898620894.

Rave, . & Larsen, C. (Ed. Ethical decision making in therapy: Feminist perspectives. Feminist perspectives in therapy: An empowerment model for women. Rawlings, . & Carter, D. (1997).

Ethical decision making in therapy: Feminist perspectives. The book also presents a 10-stage model of ethical decision making and shows its application to a variety of ethical dilemmas. The aim of this model is to guide readers through complex dilemmas in a systematic way. Coping with ethical issues in practice can be an intense, emotional experience.

Ethical decision making in therapy feminist perspectives Carolyn uses lesbian and queer theory as an example of applying postmodern thinking to second-wave feminist topics

Ethical decision making in therapy feminist perspectives. New York: Guilford Press. Sharratt, . & Kaschak, E. Carolyn uses lesbian and queer theory as an example of applying postmodern thinking to second-wave feminist topics. She defines the third wave of feminism as the daughter of second-wave feminists.

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when selecting a decision-making model Ethical decision-making in therapy: Feminist perspectives. New York, NY: Guilford Press. Remley, T. & Herlihy, B. (2016).

when selecting a decision-making model. Specifically, decision making should consider a multitude of perspectives to arrive at the most ethical course of action (Corey et a. 2015; Remley & Herlihy, 2016; Welfel, 2016). Ethical decision-making in therapy: Feminist perspectives.

How can clear but abstract ethical principles be applied in the real world of therapy? What is the ethical course when two or more principles conflict? What are ethical approaches on issues not addressed in traditional professional ethics codes? This volume grapples with these and related questions and offers an innovative feminist model that acknowledges the importance of affect in ethical decision-making. Case scenarios raise ethical dilemmas typical of everyday practice and experienced feminist therapists explain how they might respond. "A major goal of this volume," write editors Rave and Larsen, "is to sensitize therapists and therapists-in-training to ethical issues affecting women and girls in therapy."Recognizing that women still comprise the majority of clients in most therapy settings, each section of the book begins with a context-setting discussion on why the issue is important to women. Topics include:* Labeling and diagnosis* Money issues (including those which arise in managed health care)* Client/therapist overlapping relationships* Violence against women* Health and reproductive issues* Special concerns in treating children and older women* Balancing therapist self-care with clients' needsAt least two therapists respond to each ethical dilemma, applying the Feminist Therapy Institute's Code of Ethics (developed in 1987) as well as traditional ethical codes of the mental health professions. The discussions offer clear and practical guidelines for recognizing and resolving ethical dilemmas, encouraging readers to compare their own philosophical viewpoints and ethical approaches. Each section concludes with a discussion of implications and references. Differences and diversity in race, ethnicity, and sexual preference are integrated throughout the scenarios and responses. The editors and contributors to this book, who are from Canada and the United States, also represent these diversities as well as a range of disciplines and professions.Ethical Decision Making in Therapy: Feminist Perspectives will be of lasting importance to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and nurses, regardless of setting or theoretical orientation. Because ethics education, minimal until recently in many mental health training programs, is an essential component in training and continuing education, this volume serves as a text for students and a resource for professionals.