Scenarios in Counseling : Guided Interactive Practice in Understanding Ethical and Legal Issues, CD-ROM
This compelling CD-ROM features over twenty video cases that pose ethical dilemmas from across the range of experiences a counselor would have. After every video case students will have the opportunity to respond to questions about the scenario they just watched. To further students' understanding about each ethical dilemma, feedback is given in written format. Additionally, both the ethical and legal viewpoints for every scenario on the CD-ROM are offered by leading scholars in the field of counseling, Theodore P. Remley and Barbara Herlihy. This CD-ROM is available at a discount when packaged with any Merrill/Prentice Hall textbook. If you would like to package the Scenarios in Counseling CD-ROM with your main text, please contact your local sales representative for a special ISBN to use when placing your textbook order.
- 152.4 x 223.52 x 12.7mm | 22.68g
- 02 Nov 2004
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
Table of Contents Merrill Education's Media SeriesScenarios in Counseling: Guided Interactive Practice in Understanding Ethical and Legal Issues CD-ROMBarbara Herlihy, Theodore P. Remley, Jr., Stuart E. Garry, Janice Marie GarryISBN 0-13-117610-2 An Ethical Decision to Make A School Counselor Tries to Help a Colleague What is a Counselor? A Question of Values Misinformed Consent Whose Privilege? A `Helpful' Receptionist Whose records? A Counselor is Sued for Malpractice A Cross-Cultural Miscommunication The Aftermath of a Client Suicide A Sexual Attraction An Invitation to a Wedding Slippery Slope A Teacher Asks a School Counselor for Help A Counselor Testifies in a Custody Dispute An Angry Parent A Family Secret A Counselor is Caught in the Middle A Diagnostic Dilemma A Private Practitioner's Financial Difficulties Limits of Managed Care A Student Faces an Ethical Challenge A Difficult Conversation A Supervisor's Liability? A Request for Consultation Voluntary or Coerced Participation? Fudging the Results