Preventing Harm and Promoting Ethical Discourse in the Helping Professions: Conceptual, Research, Analytical, and Action Frameworks
Ethics and Behavior. 1996; 6(4): 287-306.
The first in a series of 4 articles, this article provides an overview of the concepts and methods developed by a team of researchers concerned with preventing harm and promoting ethical discourse in the helping professions. In this article we introduce conceptual, research, analytical, and action frameworks employed to promote the centrality of ethical discourse in mental health practice. We employ recursive processes whereby knowledge gained from case studies refines our emerging conceptual model of applied ethics. Our
Administrators; Autonomy; Case Studies; Clinical Ethics; Codes of Ethics; Communication; Consensus; Counseling; Consent; Decision Making; Ethical Theory; Ethics; Harm; Health; Health Personnel; Informal Social Control; Informed Consent; Injuries; Interprofessional Relations; Knowledge; Mental Health; Methods; Misconduct; Organization and Administration; Patient Participation; Professional Ethics; Professional Patient Relationship; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Research; Researchers; Social Control; Social Workers; Suffering; Theoretical Models;
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