Part One: Taking Stock.
2. Basics of Awareness: Knowing Yourself.
3. Basics of Awareness: Privilege and Social Responsibility.
4. The Process of Acculturation: Developing Your Professional Ethical Identity.
Part Two: The Nuts and Bolts of Psychotherapy Ethics.
5. The Ethical Culture of Psychotherapy.
6. “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Therapy!”: Boundaries of the Psychotherapy Relationship.
7. Confidentiality: A Critical Element of Trust in the Relationship.
8. Informed Consent: The Three-Legged Stool.
9. Making the Most of Supervision.
10. Ending Psychotherapy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ethical.
Part Three: The Ethical Ceiling.
11. Putting It All Together: Toward Ethical Excellence.
Appendix A: Possible Information to be Shared With Clients.
Appendix B: Policy Areas.