Ethical Clinical Practice and Sport Psychology: When Two Worlds Collide
Brown, Jeffrey L.
Cogan, Karen D.
Ethics and Behavior 2006; 16(1): 15-23
From their own practices, the authors offer insight into potential ethical dilemmas that may frequently develop in an applied psychology setting in which sport psychology is also being practiced. Specific ethical situations offered for the reader's consideration include confidentiality with coaches, administration, parents, and athlete-clients; accountability in ethical billing practices and accurate diagnosing; identification of ethical boundaries in nontraditional practice settings (locker room, field, rink, etc.); and establishment of professional competence as it relates to professional practice and marketing.
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