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Relational ethics [electronic resource] / with Peggy Sax, Ph.D. and Sheila McNamee, Ph.D.

Other Title:
Academic Video Online.
Publication:
Hanover, MA : Microtraining Associates, 2012.
Series:
Counseling and therapy in video, volume 3
Format/Description:
Video
1 online resource (32 min.).
Subjects:
Counseling -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Psychotherapy -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Form/Genre:
Educational films.
Language:
This edition in English.
Summary:
Here are two conversations between Social Constructionist, Sheila McNamee and Narrative Therapist, Peggy Sax, explore the subtlety of ethics in a relational context and nuance of working in a small community setting. 'The field of psychotherapy (as most professional fields) has been fraught with a concern for ethical action where 'ethical action' generally infers 'doing the right thing.' Yet, when we operate within a postmodern sensibility – a world that embraces uncertainty as opposed to certainty, continual change as opposed to stability, and local/historical/cultural contingencies rather than universal laws – answering the question of what counts as ethical practice requires an entirely different focus of attention.'
Contributor:
McNamee, Sheila. , Author
Sax, Peggy. , Author
Alexander Street Press.
Microtraining Associates.
Other format:
336
OCLC:
904565705
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.
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