Ethics and Behavioral Health
What Is The Relationship Of Ethics In Behavioral Health?
Ethics may be defined as the shared, written beliefs (individual at the micro level, group at the mezzo level, and organization/societal at the macro level) a group or individual maintains about what constitutes correct and proper behavior. Think of ethics as standards of conduct that guide the choices behavioral health care experts make, moment to moment, as they organize and provide care for clients.
Articles About Ethics
By Louise Stanger Ed.D, LCSW, CDWF, CIP & Roger Porter When there is a new shop that opens in West Hollywood, I make a point of paying a visit - a way of sizing up the new neighbors. For this visit, I strolled past Gelsons, heading east down Santa Monica Blvd.,...read more
This article was printed in the January 2017 edition of Recovery Plus magazine. [pdf-embedder url="https://www.allaboutinterventions.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Recovery-Plus-Jan-2017-Louise-Stanger-preview-2.pdf" title="Recovery Plus Jan 2017 - Louise Stanger...read more
[Infographic] Ethics in Mental & Behavioral Health VISIBLE - VOCAL - VISIONARY Mental and Behavioral Healthcare has become big business, surpassing all other medical needs in the United States to become the top medical expense. This boom has brought with it new...read more
Ethics : The NewFrontier While Every profession has ethical standards and every mental health / substance abuse professional is required to take a course on law and ethics .ethical dilemmas continue to rear their ugly heads every day in private practices and...read more
Take the STANDARD of CARE CHALLENGE.
- Develop Mission Statements for your organizations
- Articulate the Organizations Values – Obtain Appropriate Licensure
- Develop or Revisit your organizations Ethical Code of Conduct
- Let the world know – your Mission, Value and Ethical Statement – put on your websites
- Use the back of your Business Card for your Mission Statement
- Work tirelessly to elevate the Behavioral Health Care Field. If we do not, the field will fail.
Along with that please be sure and
- Review your professional ethics based on your licenses and certifications
- Sign the Fair Practices Act Pledge
- Engage in Continuing Education