Please explain what are the Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct (APA, 2010). How are these principals useful to professionals and what are the reactions experienced when reading a document such as this? For example, is it student friendly, too sophisticated, etc.? Thank you for your help.
I need help in my assignment concerning a scenario (see attached files). In the scenario, Sandra was also concerned because the majority of the project on which she is working seemed to be skewed toward the special interests of the private entity funding the project. Before entering into the working relationship with Dr. Frederi
In 2002, the American Psychological Association published a set of Multicultural Guidelines to be used by psychologists in their practices, research, and teaching activities. Those guidelines are: Guideline 1: Psychologists are encouraged to recognize that, as cultural beings, they may hold attitudes and beliefs that can d
What is multiculturalism? In this definition, please include an analysis of why one may believe multiculturalism would contribute to the effectiveness of an interview, to the accuracy of their observations, and to the effectiveness as a scholar-practitioner who effects social change. Please include specific examples.
A description of Canadian Code of Ethics for Psychologists: The 10-step ethical decision-making process. Describe an ethical dilemma you encountered or observed. Explain how using this model might have changed the outcomes.
Describe a scenario in which a failure to establish boundaries might be responsible for inappropriate behavior on either the part of the client or the counsellor. Draw from the readings to explore different ways the situation could have been avoided, and approaches one might take afterwards. Provide at least one valid reference.
When, if ever, do social relationships become acceptable? What criteria should be used to make such decisions? Provide rationale for your selected criteria. Discuss the arguments that have been set forth against social relationships with former clients and whether such limitations should be different depending upon the nature of
Select and identify one specific cultural population that you may work with but that you currently have less competence in working with. Cherokee Indian If you were asked to draft guidelines for working with this population, discuss two or three guidelines that you would consider important to include. These guideline
What is your reaction to the readings about the lack of the application of ethical principles by graduate students?
Using Rest's ethical decision-making model to address issues in school psychology such as cyber-bullying , and rumor spreading that destroys reputation and injures mental well-being. Rest's Four-Component Ethical Decision Making Model 1. Sensitivity a. Recognize the ethical issue(s) in a situation. (Who is at risk
Use Research Reference Manual for each unit # 7 - #9, define the following terms: Hi Mark, Please note, follow same way as you did in solution post # 552420 follow the same format by opening the attached file in the above post #. If you are unable to open it please let me know I'll send you the same copy but you can unders
Discuss why it is important for practitioners to be aware of their own life experiences, personal beliefs and attitudes, cultural values, social identity, privileges, biases, and prejudices. How can unexamined privileges, biases, and prejudices affect one's professional work? What types of ethical dilemmas and violations mi
-Based on your experience in the field of counseling or other professional arena, Can you identify and discuss three specific legal issues that are associated with the provision of counseling services to children and adolescents. -Evaluate how you, or someone you know, handled those issues. -Based on what you have learned, i
Can you please: 1. Develop a detailed, DSM-based preliminary treatment plan for specific problem behaviors experienced by the client in the case of Shayla 2. Identify the legal and ethical issues that might apply to the case and evaluate how those issues could affect the client (Shayla). Can you complete the following wh
How would you go about helping young people in your area get involved in this cause? (Sex and relationships) What rewards could result in their involvement? What challenges might you face in getting them involved? How would you increase their dedication and commitment to this cause? How would you inspire them to continue to be i
From a psychosocial theory standpoint, what are the primary tasks that a school-age child (approximately age 6-10) is challenged with? How do children resolve the psychosocial issues presented to them at this developmental stage, and how can adults (such as parents and educators) assist them in successfully navigating this stage
- Can you Identify the role culture plays in using play therapy techniques. In addition can you answer the following questions: - What role does culture play in selecting materials for use in play therapy? - What should the counsellor consider when making decisions about culturally appropriate play therapy materials?
"Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct" on the American Psychological Association Description of one ethical principle and one research standard that apply to conducting research in criminal behaviour.
I need someone to explain what is Participants, Apparatus/Materials, Measures, Procedure, and Ethical Considerations in psychology. What are the differences and why it is important to use them?
Discuss how ethical codes address diversity perspectives and multicultural concerns. What are the strengths and limitations of these codes concerning diversity and multiculturalism? Address two or more ethical codes in your analysis.
- Can you summarize the three family systems approaches (structural, strategic, and systemic)? - Identify the following key elements embodied in the methods you summarized, with an emphasis on the multicultural factors: - Boundaries: What are they, and why are they important when using a family systems approach? - Symptom
Select a psychological test and describe how it is used in the workplace. What are the pros and cons of using this particular test? What ethical issues arise when using psychological testing?
Discuss the special ethical concerns that arise with each of the following issues: the use of computer technology and the Internet, record keeping, and multiple relationships. Discuss steps a professional might take to limit or avoid related ethical dilemmas and conflicts? Discuss resources a professional could use to help in re
What does a counselor do when he or she encounters a controversial issue that goes against his or her ethics and values? Should he or she ignore those ethics? Or should he or she refer the client to another therapist?
What are your thoughts on the content of this discussion below as it relates to how mental health issues affect us directly or indirectly in our lives. Do you agree or disagree? Why I feel that more people are aware of mental health issues but there is not enough education provided on mental health awareness. Throughout our
Analyze and evaluate the following article: Grant, A.M., & Gino, F. (2010). A little thanks goes a long way: Explaining why gratitude expressions motivate prosocial behavior. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 98(6), 946-955. doi: 10.1037/a0017935: In a least 250 or more with references: Do an INTRODUCTION AND P
Please give an explanation of the difference between the criteria for diagnosis of Autism and the criteria for the diagnosis of Asperger's. Then, explain how the symptoms of other childhood disorders might complicate a diagnosis of Autism or Asperger's. Provide an example.
Give a comparison of normal and abnormal behavior, drawing from your original definition of abnormal behavior, and the definitions put forth in the dictionary. Point out any challenges you might see in using these definitions to guide the assessment of clients.
As the baby-boomer generation gets older, it is imperative for clinicians and psychologists to be able to recognize pathological states that look like dementia, and others that do not. As we grow older, the potential to develop different pathologies that are neurological in origin increases exponentially, and therefore, it is so
Why does clinical psychology focus on cultural diversity so much in today's society? What issues might a clinical psychologist encounter that relate to cultural diversity?