Every organization has an ethical code that guides its decision-making and activities to have effective productivity and maintain its reputation. Ethical behavior ensures that staff completes work with honesty and integrity and meets the aim of an organization by adhering to rules and policies [1]. The principles by which a manager leads his company will dictate everything from employee ethics to company morale and productivity. Managerial ethics
can also significantly affect the legal standing of a company that is owned by big-name moguls like Harvey Weinstein and Steve Wynn, who have experienced significant legal and PR problems from sexual misconduct scandals

Importance of Ethics in Professional Settings

Importance of Ethics in Professional Settings

Learning Goal: I’m working on a psychology writing question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Exam Content

  1. In any practice or research setting, strict application of professional ethical standards plays a vital role and furthers the role of professionalism in psychology.
  2. Imagine you have been asked to review a case involving an ethical dilemma at a local agency.
  3. Select 1 ethical dilemma scenario related to professional competence:
  4. Scenario 1: Marybeth is working as a psychology intern at a large mental health clinic. Over the weekend, she sees an 18-year-old female who discloses that she has been thinking about suicide for several months. She is not accompanied by either parent and says they do not know anything about her thoughts of self-harm. When asked if she is currently suicidal, she admits she is but requests that Marybeth not share this information with anyone. She further said that Marybeth is “my only lifeline for hope” and wants to work with her on a “strictly confidential basis.”
  5. Scenario 2: James is a psychologist who is working with a patient who suffers from long-term depression. The patient is married and owns an antique store in a small midwestern town. James likes antiques and is familiar with the patient’s shop. During a session, he discloses to James that he is getting great benefit from therapy but has suffered financial hardship in his business lately and cannot afford to pay for therapy. The patient requests that they set up a barter system temporarily, such that he would let James pick out any items in his store, which he would sell at wholesale prices, to offset the fees that he is charged for therapy.
  6. Scenario 3: Tawana is a psychologist starting work at a nonprofit women’s shelter. This is her first job out of school, and she is excited to make a good impression. She soon discovers that every therapist there has a heavy caseload, and the shelter is understaffed and running low on funds. Her clinical supervisor is pleased with Tawana’s work. One day, she requested that Tawana “double up” and take on another therapist’s caseload for the next week. She told Tawana that because of reimbursement issues, she should simply enter the session reports in the computer and not sign them so that they would appear to originate from the other therapist.
  7. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word case review for your supervisor based on your selected dilemma.
  8. Address the following items:

    • Describe your selected ethical dilemma and why it is a dilemma.
    • Provide an argument for 2 methods of resolving the issue and justify the ethical resolution process you would take under each method.
    • Provide a rationale for why each method should be used, including the importance of ethical guidelines.

    Include a reference page with 2 to 3 peer-reviewed sources.
    Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
    Submit your assignment.

Requirements: 1200

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