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Ethical Decision Making in Educational Therapy: A Practical Guide

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Title: Ethical Decision Making in Educational Therapy
Subtitle: A Practical Guide
Subject Classification: Education, Decision Making, Psychology 
BIC Classification: JN, JFM, JM
BISAC Classification: EDU015000, PSY012000, PSY028000
Binding: Hardback, ebook, pp.(to be confirmed)
Planned Publication date: November 2024
ISBN (Hardback): 978-1-80441-584-9
ISBN (ebook): 978-1-80441-585-6


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The profession of educational therapy has a detailed Code of Ethics governing standards of practice, responsibilities of members, and relationships with clients and allied professionals. Yet, there is no accompanying Practice Guide for applying these tenets to one’s own work, as there are in other “helping” professions. Applicable models of Ethical Decision Making (EDMs) have not been discussed, evaluated, or detailed in any other publication. Clear breaches of ethics may be readily apparent, but less clearcut ethical “dilemmas” can be very troublesome. 

Ethical Decision Making in Educational Therapy: A Practical Guide is a unique and important guidebook for professionals, instructors, and supervisors in the field. It categorizes the issues commonly experienced in an educational therapy practice while presenting engaging, real-life scenarios embedded with ethical quandaries. The book provides clear guidelines for problem-solving ethical issues with integrity. The effects of workplace context, experience, and self-reflection are reviewed. 

Ethical Decision Making in Educational Therapy: A Practical Guide is an essential book for those in university training programs, for practitioners new to the field, for those experiencing an ethical dilemma, for supervisors, and for those preparing to take the Association of Educational Therapist’s ethics exam to become Board Certified.


Authors: Marion Marshall, BCET, is an Emerita Professor; and part-time faculty member of the School of Education, Notre Dame de Namur University, California, USA. Risa Graff is a Board Certified Educational Therapist, based in Olympia Fields, Illinois, USA.


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