By Michael J. Taleff PhD CSAC MAC
The features of the booklet with regards to the philosophy of technology and cognitive technological know-how (inductive and deductive reasoning, biases, and heuristics) are distilled in average and worthy methods. i like to recommend this booklet to these habit pros who are looking to create their very own framework for moral selection making.
Ethical decision-making is needed in lots of of the tough occasions confronted by way of dependancy execs. during this advisor, Michael Taleff describes easy methods to combine serious considering with moral decision-making. it is a consultant now not on "what to do" whilst faced with tricky moral dilemmas, yet on tips to take into consideration what to do.
The writer offers universal moral dilemmas that dependancy execs face of their day-by-day work--such as boundary concerns, confidentiality, twin relationships, and more--and asks readers to contemplate their very own responses to those dilemmas. The ebook then exhibits readers how you can follow new types of moral pondering to perform.
- Presents a moral self-exam to inspire serious wondering one's personal decision-making process
- Introduces a number of versions akin to the social agreement idea, existentialist thought, and moral egoism
- Discusses how biases, emotional reactions, and fallacies can weaken moral decision-making
- Presents an introductory "Ethics Judgment Kit," an easy, functional decision-making method for college students
This e-book demonstrates how serious pondering abilities can impression and increase the method of moral decision-making."
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The formalist position is one that uses a set of criteria to make relevant ethical decisions. Such criteria would include a wide-ranging (if not universal) set of laws. Examples of such criteria would include the addiction codes of ethics most counselors sign when they become certiﬁed or recertiﬁed. Knowing these codes ahead of time, you as an addiction counselor are informed of what and what not to do in terms of ethical conduct. The next position is the relativist stance. While we will shortly examine this more closely, in summary the relativist position states that what is right for one person may be wrong for another.
This realm needs a different—even special—way of thinking. For example, say you know that one of your colleagues, a very close friend and conﬁdant, tells you she is having an affair with another staff member and often they manage to spend secret time in your friend’s ofﬁce. ” then you have entered the realm of ethical and moral reasoning (Thomson, 1999). ” puts you in a dilemma. Should you act or not, and if you do, what is the best course of action? Dilemmas are not a nice place to be. Never are.
This process is especially true when it comes to telling others what is right or wrong. And make no mistake about it, we do tell others what is right and wrong, be it our children, clients, or associates. Yet what set of standards does one use to judge right and wrong? With that little question in mind, you need to know that whatever standard you choose, it is not going to be perfect for all ethical dilemmas. No theory of ethics is going to be perfect, because today’s addiction ethics is extraordinarily complex and constantly evolves.
Advanced Ethics for Addiction Professionals by Michael J. Taleff PhD CSAC MAC