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5.0 out of 5 stars 15 endorsements by leaders in the field, 23 April 1998
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This review is from: Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide for Psychologists (The Jossey-Bass social & behavioral science series) (Hardcover)

"A wonderfully insightful and unique book for all therapists, supervisors, and students-an affirmation of our rich scientific and professional heritage and values."

JACK WIGGINS, Ph.D., President (1992), American Psychological Association

"A wise and useful book which should be in every practitioner's library and be required in all clinical and counseling training programs."

DAVID MILLS, Ph.D., former Director, American Psychological Association Ethics Office

"A splendid book.... This is essential reading for all those in psychotherapy and related fields."

CLIFFORD STROMBERG, Esq., Partner, Healthcare Law, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, DC

"It should be part of every therapist's basic library."

ALLEN WEBB, Ph.D., ABPP, past President, American Board of Professional Psychology

"Drs. Kenneth Pope and Melba Vasquez whose previous writings...have earned the authors great respect have written a lucid and comprehensive treatise that will become a valuable resource for practitioners and students."

HANS STRUPP, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Vanderbilt University

"An invaluable book written by authors who are experts on professional ethics. It is an excellent source for professionals and should be required reading for all psychology students."

ERIKA FROMM, Ph.D., ABPP, Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, University of Chicago

"At last the working clinician has concrete, down-to-earth help to resolve issues of ethics and professional responsibility... This book is a must for faculty...should be required for all clinicians in training."

JEROME SINGER, Ph.D., ABPP, Professor & Clinical Director, Department of Psychology, Yale Univ.

"An excellent resource for the practitioner as well as for the academician."

LILLIAN COMAS-DIAZ, Ph.D., Executive Director, Transcultural Mental Health Institute

"No mental health professional who ever has contact with a client should begin without first reading this entire book."

LENORE WALKER, Ed.D., Clinical Diplomate in Independent Practice; author, The Battered Woman

"Useful to every psychologist. I expect it will land on everyone's bookshelf as a well-thumbed source of important information on such topics as working with suicidal clients. We will use it in training at our Center."

NORMAN FARBEROW, Ph.D., ABPP, Co-Founder and Co-Director, L.A. Suicide Prevention Center

"An excellent, well-written blend of scholarship, common-sense, and wise counsel."

GERALD KOOCHER, Ph.D., ABPP, Harvard Medical School

"A very down-to-earth guide to many issues which are not typically covered in books on ethics -- from suicidal clients to nonsexual dual relationships to working within different cultural contexts. I'd highly recommend it."

KAREN KITCHENER, Ph.D., Professor & Counseling Training Director, Denver Univ.

"An excellent analysis of the meaning of ethics in the everyday life of practicing therapists."

PATRICIA KEITH-SPIEGEL, Ph.D., former Chair, APA Ethics Committee

"An outstanding book. The chapter on testing, assessment, and diagnosis is heartening; it identifies the ethical responsibilities as well as dilemmas and pitfalls we face as practitioners."

PHILIP ERDBERG, Ph.D., ABPP, President, Society for Personality Assessment

"A splendid book.... This is essential reading for all those in psychotherapy and related fields."

CLIFFORD STROMBERG, Esq., Partner, Healthcare Law, Hogan & Hartson, Washington, DC
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