Professional and Ethical Issues in Psychology is an examination of the changing dynamics and ethics of psychology as a profession.
This provocative book examines the realities of clinical practice for which therapists are unprepared.
While "psychotherapy" has been busily dividing into hundreds of different models, research shows that it doesn't really matter which approach you use. Yet there are some factors, across models, that do matter.
In this abridged and revised edition of their 1989 text, the authors focus on the what and how of effective community mental health. Following the guidelines outlined here will enable clinicians to provide services that are cost-effective, humane, and growth-promoting.