By Patricia Backlar, David L. Cutler
This quantity examines daily moral matters that clinicians come across as they cross approximately their paintings taking care of those that have serious and protracted psychological issues. It activates and provokes readers to acknowledge, to investigate, to mirror upon, and to reply to the diversity of regular moral matters that come up in group psychological healthiness care perform.
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1982) had noted that a higher percentage of Asian and Pacific Island patients were found to be psychotic and chronically mentally ill on the Psychiatric Schedule for Asian Americans, when compared with norms for non-Asian patients on corresponding psychiatric scales. Nevertheless, there was 60% less utilization of mental health services by Asian patients. This underutitlization pattern seems to have continued (Takeuchi, Mokuau, & Chun, 1992), although research by Okazaki (2000) found that Asian families delay treatment only when they feel high levels of shame and stigma.
All the Hispanic residents agree that refusal of a gift would be perceived as a profound personal rejection by the patient. The professor insists that acceptance of a gift would be a boundary violation and hence damaging to the therapeutic alliance. This creates a double bind for the resident, who is trained to respect his elders and certainly his senior professors, but who knows in his very bones that refusal of a gift would be just like slapping his patient in the face. He cannot even tell the patient that the clinic rules forbid his accepting a gift.
Staff may be involved in managing a consumer's money when the organization serves as payee for the consumer's financial benefits. At times staff may also struggle to balance consumer choice with medical directives. For example, what's the right thing to do when staff assists a consumer to shop for groceries and his food choices and preferences are in direct conflict with the doctor's orders? Or what should staff do when assisting a consumer who demands that cigarettes be included in her budget when she has severe respiratory problems?
Ethics in community mental health care: commonplace concerns by Patricia Backlar, David L. Cutler