Ethics in Rural Psychology: Case Studies and Guidance for Practice

1st Edition

Sara Boilen

Routledge
August 3, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 208 Pages - 36 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138542990 - CAT# K375313

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Summary

Ethics in Rural Psychology provides readers with theoretical underpinnings, practical applications, and empirically-based knowledge of the practice of psychology in rural communities.

Dr. Boilen explores the similarities and differences within and across rural American communities to provide a framework for understanding this vast and varied population. Focusing on the ethical considerations unique to these communities, chapters use illustrative case examples, useful exercises, and personal anecdotes to highlight obstacles unique to rural areas. Finally, the book emphasizes the opportunity to be innovative and creative in rural practice, demonstrating how rural practices hold promise for cutting edge advancements in the field of psychology.

This book will serve practitioners, students, and researchers as a primer, handbook, and roadmap for the challenging, and rewarding, clinical work that awaits in rural America.

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