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Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics
Edited Book (Herausgeber eines eigenstšndigen Buches)
ID 4610894
Editor(s) Trachsel, Manuel; Gaab, Jens; Biller-Andorno, Nikola; Tekin, Şerife; Sadler, John Z.
Editor(s) at UniBasel Gaab, Jens
Year 2021
Title Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics
Publisher Oxford University Press
Place of publication Oxford
ISSN/ISBN 978-0-19-881733-8 ; 978-0-19-254948-8
Series title Oxford Handbooks in Philosophy and Psychiatry
Abstract Psychotherapy is a well-established, efficacious, and fully accepted treatment for mental disorders and psychological problems. Psychotherapy is an interpersonal practice engaging patient values, interests, and personal meanings at every step. Thereby, psychotherapy abounds with moral issues. In psychotherapy ethics, numerous moral issues converge, including self-determination or autonomy, decision-making capacity and freedom of choice, coercion and constraint, medical paternalism, boundaries between health and illness, insight into illness and the need for therapy, dignity, under- and overtreatment, and much more. The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics covers the whole range of ethical issues in the heterogenous field of psychotherapy, closing a commonly perceived gap between ethical sensitivity, technical language, and knowledge among psychotherapists. The primary audience is psychotherapists in clinical practice. Furthermore, the Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics addresses the whole range of professionals providing mental health services beyond psychology and medicine including counselors, social workers, nurses, or ministers. The Oxford Handbook of Psychotherapy Ethics is not only intended for a clinical audience but also for a philosophical/ethical audience. The goal of the is to explicitly link the two disciplines by fostering a productive dialogue between them, enriching both the psychotherapeutic encounter and the ethical analysis and sensitivity within and outside the clinic.
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Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198817338.001.0001

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