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The ethics of practice with minors; high stakes, hard choices.


The ethics of practice with minors; high stakes, hard choices.

Strom-Gottfried, Kim.

Lyceum Books


211 pages




Strom-Gottfried (U. of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) has written this guide to assist child welfare professionals in evaluating ethical dilemmas and complex situations. Using a variety of case studies, the author examines such concepts as informed consent, confidentiality, parental prerogatives and legal issues, providing an easy-to-understand analysis of hard-to-understand circumstances. This book offers a series of activities and exercises designed to clarify situations where clinical and ethical standards diverge.

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Date:Aug 1, 2008
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