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10 Ethical Standards
1.Resolving Ethical Issues
2.Competence
3. Human Relatons
4. Privacy and Confidentiality
5. Advertising and other public statements
6. Recording Keeping and Fees
7. Education and Training
8. Research and Publication
9. Assessment
10 Therapy.
General Priniciples
GP as opposed to Ethical Standards, are aspirational in nature. Their intent is to guide and inspire psychologist toward the very highest ethical ideals of the profession.
Principles
A. Beneficence and Nonmaleficence
B. Fidelity and Responsibility
C. Integrity
D. Justice
E. Respect for People's Right and Dignity
1.Ethical Standards
1.01 Misuses of Psychologists' work
1.02 Conflicts between ethics ans law, regulations, or other governing legal authority
1.03 Conflict between ethics and organizational demands
1.04 Informal ressolution of ethical violations
1.05 Reporting ethical violations
1.06 Cooperationg with ethics committees
1.07 Improper complaints
1.08 Unfair discrimination against complainants and respondents
2. Competence
2.01 Boundaries of competence
2.02 Providing services in emergencies
2.03 Maintaining competence
2.04 Bases of scientific and professional judgements
2.05 Delegation of work to others
2.06 Personal problems and conflicts
3. Human Relations
3.01 Unfair discrimination
3.02 Sexual Harassment
3.03 Other Harassment
3.04 Avoiding Harm
3.05 Multiple relationships
3.06 Conflict of interest
3.07 Third Party request for services
3.08 Exploitative relationships
3.09 Cooperation with other professionals
3.10 Informed consent
3.11 Psychological services delivered to or through organizations
3.12 Interruption of psychological services.
4. Privacy and confidentiality
4.01 Maintaining confidentiality
4.02 Discussing the limits of confidentiality
4.03 Recording
4.04 Minimizing intrusions on privacy
4.05 Disclosures
4.06 Consultations
4.07 Use of confidential inromation for didactic or other purposes
5. Advertising and other public statements
5.01 Avoidance of false or deceptive statements
5.02 Statements by others
5.03 Descriptive of workshops and non-degree-granting educational programs.
5.04 Media presentations
5.05 Testimonials
5.06 In-person solicitation
6. Record keeping and fees
6.01 Documentation of professional and scientific work and maintenance of records
6.02 Maintenance, dissemination, and disposal of confidential records of professional and scientific work
6.03 Withholding records for nonpayment
6.04 Fees and financial arrangements
6.05 Barter with clients/patients
6.06 Accuracy in reports to payors and funding sources
6.07 Referrals and fees
7. Education and Training
7.01 Design of education and training programs
7.02 Description of education and training programs
7.03 Accuracy in training
7.04 Student disclosure of personal information
7.05 Mandatory individual or group therapy
7.06 Assessing student and supervisee performance
7.07 Sexual relationships with students and supervisees
8. Research and publication
8.01 Institutional approval
8.02 Informed consent to research
8.03 Informed consent for recording voices and images in research
8.04 Client/Patient, student and subordinate research participants
8.05 Dispensing with informal consent for research
8.06 Offering inducement for research participation
8.07 Deception in Research
3. Human Relations (cont)
3.08 Exploitative relationships
3.09 Cooperation with other professionals
3.10 Informed consent
3.11 Psychological services delivered to or through organizations
3.12 Interruption of psychological services.
8. Research and publication (cont)
8.08 Debrifing
8.09 Humane care and use of animals in research
8.10 Reporting research results
8.11 Plagiarism
8.12 Publication credit
8.13 Duplicate publication of data
8.14 Sharing research data for verification
8.15 Reviewers
9. Assessment
9.01 Bases of assessments
9.02 Use of assessments
9.03 Informed consent in assessments
9.04 Release of test data
9.05 Test construction
9.06 Interpreting assessment results
9.07 Assessment by unqualified persons
9. Assessment (cont)
9.08 Obselete test and outdated test results
9.09 test scorign and interpretation services
9.10 Explaining assessment results
9.11 Maintaing test security