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Ethics module reading list
Chantler, K. 2005. From disconnection to connection: ‘Race’, gender and the politics of therapy . British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.. 33 (2), pp. 239-56.
Gabriel, L. 2009. Relational ethics, boundary riders and process sentinels: allies for ethical practice. In L. Gabriel & R. Casemore (Eds). Relational ethics in practice : narratives from counselling and psychotherapy. London: Routledge. Available as an online course reading in the VLE.
Heyward, C. 1993. When boundaries betray us : beyond illusions of what is ethical in therapy and life. Harpercollins.
Jenkins, P. 2007. Counselling, psychotherapy and the law (2nd edn). London: Sage.
Lago, C. (Ed.). 2011. The handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/OUP.
Loewenthal, D. 2014. Relational ethics: from existentialism to post-existentialism. In Loewenthal, D. & Samuels, A. (eds). Relational psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and counselling : appraisals and reappraisals (pp. 140-151). London: Routledge.
Proctor, G.M. 2014. Values and ethics in counselling and psychotherapy. Sage.
Proctor, G. and Keys, S. 2013. Ethics in practice in person-centred therapy. The handbook of person-centred psychotherapy and counselling (2nd ed ). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, pp.422-435.
Ethical and legal issues
Beauchamp, T. 2007. The ‘four principles’ approach to health care ethics. Principles of health care ethics.. pp.3-10.
Beauchamp, T.L. and Childress, J.F. 2001. Principles of biomedical ethics. Oxford University Press, USA.
Clarkson, P. 2000. Ethics : working with ethical and moral dilemmas in psychotherapy. John Wiley & Sons Incorporated.
Fulford, K.W.M. et al. 2002. Healthcare ethics and human values : an introductory text with readings and case studies.
Gabriel, L. 2005. Speaking the unspeakable : the ethics of dual relationships in counselling and psychotherapy. Routledge.
Gabriel, L. and Casemore, R. 2009. Relational ethics in practice : narratives from counselling and psychotherapy. Routledge.
Gabriel, L. and Davies, D. 2000. The management of ethical dilemmas associated with dual relationships. Pink Therapy. 3, pp.35-54.
Grey, A. 2006. Confidentiality: A Contribution to the Debate. British journal of psychotherapy.. 22(3), pp.363-372.
Haidt, J. 2001. The emotional dog and its rational tail: a social intuitionist approach to moral judgment. Psychological review.. 108(4), p814.
Haidt, J. 2007. The new synthesis in moral psychology. Science.. 316(5827), pp.998-1002.
Green, J. 2010. Creating the therapeutic relationship in counselling and psychotherapy. Exeter: Learning Matters. (Chapter 5) Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Jenkins, P, Keter, V. & Stone, J. 2004. Psychotherapy and the law : questions and answers for counsellors and therapists. London: Whurr.
Mitchels, B. & Bond, T. 2010. Essential law for counsellors and psychotherapists. London: Sage. Available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Moore, J. & Roberts, R. 2010. Counselling and psychotherapy in organisational settings. Exeter: Learning Matters (chapters 2,3,4,8) EBook available
Owens, P. et al. 2012. Creative ethical practice in counselling & psychotherapy. SAGE.
Palmer Barnes, F. & Murdin, L. (Eds.) 2001. Values and ethics in the practice of psychotherapy and counselling. Buckingham: Open University Press.
Pomerantz, A.M. 2005. Increasingly informed consent: Discussing distinct aspects of psychotherapy at different points in time . Ethics & behavior. 15(4), pp.351-360.
Robinson, D. & Garratt, C. 2008. Introducing ethics. London: Icon Books.
Schmid, P. 2007. The anthropological and ethical foundations of person-centred therapy. The handbook of person-centred psychotherapy and counselling. pp.30-46. Sage.
Schmid, P.F. 2001. Acknowledgement: The art of responding. Dialogical and ethical perspectives on the challenge of unconditional relationships in therapy and beyond. Rogers' therapeutic conditions ISBN: 1898059314 ISBN: 1898059314. 3, pp.155-171. Ross-on Wye: PCCS Books
Schmid, P.F. 2001. Authenticity: The person as his or her own author. Dialogical and ethical perspectives on therapy as an encounter relationship and beyond. Rogers’ therapeutic conditions ISBN: 1898059292. 1, pp.213-228. Ross-on Wye: PCCS Books
Schmid, P.F. 2001. Comprehension: the art of not-knowing. Dialogical and ethical perspectives on empathy as dialogue in personal and person-centred relationships. Rogers' therapeutic conditions ISBN: 1898059306. 2, pp.53-71. Ross-on Wye: PCCS Books
Schmid, P.F. 2002. Knowledge or Acknowledgement? Psychotherapy as ‘the art of not-knowing’—Prospects on further developments of a radical paradigm. Person-centered & experiential psychotherapies. 1(1-2), pp.56-70.
Syme, G. 2003. Dual relationships in counselling & psychotherapy : exploring the limits. Sage.
Szasz, T. 1988. The ethics of psychoanalysis : the theory and method of autonomous psychotherapy. Syracuse University Press.
Toulmin, S. 1981. The tyranny of principles. Hastings Center report.. 11(6), pp.31-39.
Yalom, I. 2001. The Gift of Therapy : an open letter to a new generation of therapists and their patients: An Open Letter to a New Generation of Therapists and Their Patients: Reflection on Being a Therapist. London: Piatkus Books Ltd.
Alexander, R. 1995 . Folie à deux : an experience of one-to-one therapy. Free Assn Books.
Bates, Y. 2005. Shouldn't I be feeling better by now? : client views of therapy . Palgrave Macmillan.
Cvetkovich, A. 2012. Depression [electronic resource] : a public feeling ISBN: 0822391856; 9780822391852. London: Duke University Press
France, A. 1988. Consuming psychotherapy . Free Association Books.
Sands, A. 2000. Falling for therapy : psychotherapy from a client's point of view. Macmillan Press.
Taylor, B. 2015. The last asylum : a memoir of madness in our times ISBN: 9780241951828 (paperback) : £9.99; 9780141966908 (ebook) : No price. London: Penguin.
Feltham, C. 2010. Critical thinking in counselling and psychotherapy. London: Sage. (Counselling, society and culture, pp. 115-131) EBook available
Gabbard, G. 2006. Sexual and nonsexual boundary violations in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. Interpersonal boundaries : variations and violations violations. p39.
Gerrard, J. 2010. Seduction and betrayal. British journal of psychotherapy., 26 (1), pp.64-79.
Gonsiorek, J. and Brown, L. 1989. Post therapy sexual relationships with clients. Psychotherapists' sexual involvement with clients : intervention and prevention. pp.289-301.
Goss, S. and Anthony, K. 2009. Developments in the use of technology in counselling and psychotherapy. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.. 37(3), pp.223-230.
Khele, S. et al. 2008. An analysis of complaints to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, 1996–2006 . Counselling and psychotherapy research. 8(2), pp.124-132.
Lazarus, A.A. and Zur, O. 2002. Dual relationships and psychotherapy. Springer Publishing Company.
Martin, C, Godfrey, M., Meekums, B. & Madill, A. 2010a. Staying on the straight and narrow. Therapy today., 21 (5), 11-14.
Martin, C., Godfrey, M., Meekums, B. & Madill, A. 2010b. Managing boundaries under pressure: a qualitative study of therapists’ experiences of sexual attraction in therapy. Counselling and psychotherapy research.. First published on 23 November 2010 ( iFirst ). DOI: 10.1080/14733145.2010.519045
Orbach, S. 2003. Touch. British journal of psychotherapy., 20 (1), pp.17-26.
Proctor, G. 2007. Disordered boundaries? A critique of 'borderline personality disorder' [References].Ross-on-Wye, England: PCCS Books; England, pp.105-119. Beyond fear and control : working with young people who self-harm.
Proctor, G. 2002. The dynamics of power in counselling and psychotherapy : ethics, politics and practice. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
Reeves, A, Bowl, R., Wheeler, S. & Guthrie, E. 2004. The hardest words: exploring the dialogue of suicide in the counselling process – a discourse analysis. Counselling and psychotherapy research., 4 (1), pp. 62-71.
Reeves, A. 2010. Counselling suicidal clients. London: Sage.
Research in counselling & psychotherapy
Bager-Charleson, S. 2015. Doing practice-based research in therapy : a reflexive approach. London: Sage.
Bhalla, A. 2008. Searching for a voice. In J. Lees & D. Freshwater (Eds). Practitioner based research : power, discourse, and transformation. London: Karnac.
Danchev, D. & Ross, A. 2014. Research ethics for counsellors, nurses & social workers. London: Sage.
Denham, G.W. 2008. Refiguration in counselling and psychotherapy. In J. Lees & D. Freshwater (Eds). Practitioner based research : power, discourse, and transformation. London: Karnac. Available as an online course reading in the VLE.
Etherington, K. 2004. Becoming a reflexive researcher : using our selves in research. London: Jessica Kingsley.
Etherington, K. 2009. Ethical research in reflexive relationships. In L. Gabriel & R. Casemore (Eds ). Relational ethics in practice : narratives from counselling and psychotherapy. London: Routledge.
Redwood, S. 2008. Ethics and reflexivity in practitioner enquiry: three detectives and other stories. In J. Lees & D. Freshwater (Eds). Practitioner based research : power, discourse, and transformation. London: Karnac.
Sanders, P. & Wilkins, P. (Eds). 2010. First steps in practitioner research : a guide to understanding and doing research in counselling and health and social care. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books. (chapters 1, 2.1, 3.1) Chapter 1 available as an online course reading in the VLE.
Wampold, B. E., Mondin, G.W., Moody, M., Stich, F., Benson, K. & Hyun-Nie, A. 1997. A meta-analysis of outcome studies comparing bona fide psychotherapies: empirically, “All must have prizes”. Psychological bulletin., 122 (3), pp. 203-15.
Issues of difference
Ablack, J. 2006. On being a black psychotherapist: extending diversity in group work and psychotherapy. Transformations [electronic resource]., Summer 2006, pp.7-9..
Alleyne, A. 2005. Invisible injuries and silent witnesses: The shadow of racial oppression in workplace contexts . Psychodynamic practice., 11 (3), pp. 283-299.
Alleyne, A. 2011. Overcoming racism, discrimination and oppression in psychotherapy. In C. Lago (Ed). The handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press.
Bager-Charleson, S. 2010. Reflective practice in counselling and psychotherapy. Exeter: Learning Matters. (Chapter 3, Culturally-tinted lenses)
Chesler, P. 2005. Women and madness. Palgrave Macmillan.
Dalal, F. 2002. Race, colour and the processes of racialization : new perspectives from group analysis, psychoanalysis and sociology. Hove: Brunner-Routledge.
Dalal, F. 2008. Thought paralysis: tolerance, and the fear of Islam. Psychodynamic practice., 14(1), pp. 77-95.
Dalal, F. 2008. Against the celebration of diversity. British journal of psychotherapy., 24 (1), pp. 4-19.
De Beauvoir, S. 2012. The second sex. Vintage.
Dhillon-Stevens, H. 2011. Issues for psychological therapists from black and minority ethnic groups. In C. Lago (Ed). The handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press.
Kearney, A. 1996. Counselling, class & politics : undeclared influences in therapy. Manchester: PCCS Books.
Lago, C. and Smith, B. 2003. Anti-discriminatory practice in counselling and psychotherapy S age.
Laungani, P. 2004. Asian perspectives in counselling and psychotherapy. London: Sage.
Lowe, F. 2008. Colonial object-relations: going underground black-white relationships. British journal of psychotherapy., 24 (1), pp. 20-33.
Mckenzie-Mavinga, I. 2009. Black issues in the therapeutic process. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Moodley, R. 2007. (Re)placing multiculturalism in counselling and psychotherapy. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling., 35(1), pp 1-22.
Moodley, R. & West, W. (Eds). 2005 . Integrating traditional healing practices into counseling and psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, Ca: Sage.
Proctor, G. 2008. Gender dynamics in person-centered therapy: Does gender matter? Person-centered & experiential psychotherapies. 7(2), pp.82-94.
Proctor, G. 2006. Therapy: Opium of the masses or help for those who least need it. Politicizing the person-centred approach : an agenda for social change. pp.66-79. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
Proctor, G. 2011. Diversity: The depoliticization of inequalities. Person-centered & experiential psychotherapies. 10(4), pp.231-234.
Ryde, J. 2011. Issues for white therapists. In C. Lago (Ed). The handbook of transcultural counselling and psychotherapy. Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press.
Ryde, J. 2000. Supervising across difference. International Journal of Psychotherapy. 5(1), pp.37-48.
Ryde, J. 2009. Being white in the helping professions : developing effective intercultural awareness. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Said, E. 2003. Freud and the non-European. London: Verso.
Samuels, A. 2001 . Politics on the couch : citizenship and the internal life. London: Profile Books.
Treacher, A. 2005. Edward Said: Identity, politics and history. Psychodynamic practice.. 11(4), pp. 373-388.
Tseng, W-S. 2004. Culture and psychotherapy: Asian perspectives. Journal of Mental Health 13 (2), pp. 151-161.
Weegman, M. 2005. Edward Said (1935-2003): His relevance to psychotherapy. Psychodynamic practice.. 11(4), pp. 389-404.
West, W. 2004. Pittu Laungani in conversation with WilliamWest. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling., 32(3), pp. 419-435.
Wheeler, S. (Ed.) 2006. Difference and diversity in counselling : contemporary psychodynamic perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Totton, N. 2000 . Psychotherapy and politics London: Sage. Chapter 16 available as an Online Course Reading in Minerva.
Doku, F. & Meekums, B. 2014. Emotional connectedness to home for Ghanaian students in the UK. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling.. 42(4), pp 383-402
Gillian Proctor June 2016
This list was last updated on 03/10/2017