Flashcards in Ch 12. Ethical Issues in Supervision Deck (12):
an intervention provided by a more senior member of a profession to a more junior colleages who typically are members of the same profession
What are some of the functions of supervision?
evaluative, extensive, enhancing professional functioning, monitoring quality of professional services
What are the 3 objectives (key elements) of supervision?
normative (case management and quality), restorative (emotional, coping), formative (competence, effectiveness)
How often do supervisors need to do training?
every 5 years
What are the 3 types of informed consent involved in supervision?
to psych service, provided by supervisee
client informed consent about supervision
supervisee consent with respect to supervision
How can feedback during supervision be strengthened?
direct observation, recordings, cotherapy
What does ethical decision making involve?
moral justification of a decision based on some or all of the following: anticipated consequences, rights/duties/responsibilities, social norms/principles from ethical codes
Identity the 7 steps in the ethical decision making process.
1. Problem recognition
3. What bevaviours/anticidents are relevant
4. Identify/Evaluate Action Alternatives
5. Selection of Action
6. Review of Choice
Ethical codes are a ___ for moral deliberation.
How are professional codes limited?
in their inability to specify appropriate conduct in all situations
What makes up FLEXIBLE ETHICAL DECISION MAKING APPROACH (2 things)?
informed decision making + reasoned justification of ethical actions