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Although competence in supervision had been inferred, multiple international studies reveal high frequenciesof unethical, inadequate, and harmful supervision. The objective of the current article is to describe the essential components of ethical clinical supervision and training, ethical imperatives for both supervisor and supervisee, and aspects of training and supervision that ensure protection of the client. A framework of enlightened globalization harmonizes rules and ideals of the profession with cultural diversity and provides both a structure and guidance for supervisors and supervisees. We analyze the ethical development of supervisees which occurs through a complex process of integration of personal values and ethical positions with professional ethics; through an intentional, systematic process; and through supervision, to enhance their metacompetence i.
The Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychologists MSCP recognizes its obligation to set and uphold the highest standards of professionalism, and to promote ethical behaviour, attitudes and judgements on the part of clinical psychologists by:. Investigating complaints of unethical behavior; taking corrective action when appropriate, and. In formulating this Code, a wide range of existing codes from the American Psychological Association, the British Psychological Society, and the Australian Psychological Society were referred to.
MSCP has also considered the wide range of contexts in which psychologists work. These examples are not exhaustive. Psychologists will also need to familiarize themselves with the legal framework, regulatory requirements and other guidance relevant to the particular context in which they work.
The client could be an individual such as patient, student, or research participant , a couple, a family group, an educational institution, a private organization, including the Court. The purely private conduct of psychologists is not within the purview of the ethics code. Psychologists are likely to need to make decisions in difficult, changing and unclear situations.
MSCP expects that the Code will be used to form a basis for consideration of ethical questions, with the Principles in this Code being taken into account in the process of making decisions, together with the needs of the client and the individual circumstances of the case.
However, no Code can replace the need for psychologists to use their professional and ethical judgement. If a complaint is made, the Society will consider the individual circumstances, and the explanation given by the psychologist of how the decision was reached, as well as the foreseeable consequences of that decision, in judging whether there has been any professional misconduct. If members were found to have violated the ethical code, MSCP reserves the right to impose sanctions which could include termination or suspension of MSCP membership, sanction noted in or removal from the registry, and may notify other bodies or individuals of its actions.
In making decisions on what constitutes ethical practice, psychologists will need to consider the application of technical competence and the use of their professional skill and judgement. They should also be mindful of the importance of fostering and maintaining good professional relationships with clients and others as a primary element of good practice. Ethical Principles. These principles are meant to be aspirational in nature, that is, to guide and inspire psychologists toward the highest ethical ideals of the profession.
These principles alone are not obligations, and therefore cannot be basis for ethical sanctions. The Ethical Standards or Code of Conduct are derived from these principles. Where there are gaps and ambiguity in the Ethical Standards or Code of Conduct , the Ethical Principles should be consulted to guide psychologists in their ethical decision-making.
The four Ethical Principles are:. This applies to people they interact professionally and other affected persons, as well as the animal subjects of research. Keeping in mind their professional influence on the lives of others, they must take care to ensure competency in their professional work, including but not limited to continuing professional development.
They also strive to safeguard against any personal, financial, social, organizational, or political factors that might result in misuse of their influence. Respect for Human Rights and Dignity. Psychologists respect the inalienable rights of all people, which includes their rights to privacy,. Regardless of age, gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity,. In situations whereby persons or communities show vulnerabilities that impair their autonomous decision making, psychologists are careful to ensure special safeguards to protect the rights and welfare of these individuals or communities.
In view of cultural and individual diversity, psychologists strive to be aware of their personal biases in order to respect differences in the people they work with. They also do not knowingly participate in or condone activities based upon prejudices or discrimination against a particular person or group. Psychologists strive to uphold accuracy and honesty in the science, teaching and practice of psychology.
Recognizing their position of power and trust, psychologists do not condone or participate in any dishonest activities, including stealing, fraud, or intentional misrepresentation of fact. Where deception may be ethically justifiable to maximize benefits and minimize harm, psychologists strive to avoid or minimize potential harmful effects or mistrust that might arise from the use of such techniques.
Recognizing their own biases and limits to their objectivity, psychologists strive to maintain proper boundaries with those they work. They also identify and avoid potential conflicts of interest. In their interpersonal relationships, psychologists refrain from exploiting people for personal or organizational benefits.
They also take care to avoid disreputable conduct that reflects negatively on the profession or on their professional ability as psychologists. Psychologists are aware of their professional and scientific responsibilities to society and to the specific communities in which they work. They strive to uphold the professional standards of conduct and accept responsibility for their behaviors and professional decisions.
Psychologists strive to be socially responsive and responsible to the fundamental needs of the larger society. This may include but is not limited to contributing a portion of their professional time and expertise for little or no compensation or personal advantage.
In practicing fairness and justice, psychologists recognize that all persons are entitled to equal access to the knowledge and services of psychology. Psychologists also take care to ensure that their potential biases and the limits of their competence or expertise do not lead to or condone unjust practices.
Ethical guidelines for Registered Clinical Psychologists.
AASP is dedicated to the development and professionalization of the field of sport psychology. As we establish ourselves as a profession, we must attend to both the privileges and responsibilities of a profession. Privileges derive from society's agreement to accept our designation as a group of trained individuals possessing specialized knowledge and, therefore, the power implicit in this knowledge. A code of ethical principles and standards is one such set of self-regulatory guidelines. This code guides professionals to act responsibly as they employ the privileges granted by society. Ethical codes of conduct that professions adopt are based in the values of the society. Consequently, these values include the balance between the rights and privacy of the individual and the general welfare of society.
The Malaysian Society of Clinical Psychologists MSCP recognizes its obligation to set and uphold the highest standards of professionalism, and to promote ethical behaviour, attitudes and judgements on the part of clinical psychologists by:. Investigating complaints of unethical behavior; taking corrective action when appropriate, and. In formulating this Code, a wide range of existing codes from the American Psychological Association, the British Psychological Society, and the Australian Psychological Society were referred to. MSCP has also considered the wide range of contexts in which psychologists work. These examples are not exhaustive. Psychologists will also need to familiarize themselves with the legal framework, regulatory requirements and other guidance relevant to the particular context in which they work.
The American Psychological Association APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct for short, the Ethics Code , as referred to by the APA includes an introduction, preamble, a list of five aspirational principles and a list of ten enforceable standards that psychologists use to guide ethical decisions in practice, research, and education. The principles and standards are written, revised, and enforced by the APA. The code of conduct is applicable to psychologists in a variety of areas across a variety of contexts. In the event of a violation of the code of conduct, the APA may take action ranging from termination of the APA membership to the loss of licensure, depending on the violation. Other professional organizations and licensing boards may adopt and enforce the code. The first version was published by the APA in
Thanks for letting us know that this page. Both r… Under the terms of its Royal Charter, the Society maintains a Code of Ethics and Conduct; which has been regularly updated prior to this current revision, most recently in archived version available on the website. This code of ethics is a policy for all psychologists or other medical health professionals to follow the rules or law. If the Ethics Code standard appears to conflict with the requirements of law, then psychologists make known their commitment to the Ethics Code and take steps to resolve the conflict in a responsible manner.
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The American Psychological Association's (APA's). Ethical.Perrepova 27.04.2021 at 07:30
General ethical concepts applicable to all psychologists regardless of setting include competence, informed consent, privacy and confidentiality, and avoiding harm or exploitation.Searlait B. 27.04.2021 at 13:26
The American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code The Ethics Code also outlines standards of professional conduct for APA members APA Ethics Committee Rules and Procedures (PDF, KB).Norris V. 01.05.2021 at 14:10
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