ATRA Guidelines for the Ethical Practice of Recreational Therapy - eBook

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ISBN/ISSN: 978-1-57167-894-2

Copyright year: 2018

Editors: Wayne M. Pollock, Nancy D. Montgomery

The ATRA Guidelines for the Ethical Practice of Recreational Therapy: A Training Manual takes the sometimes abstract concepts of ethics and makes them practical and useful for recreational therapists and students in everyday practice. It guides professionals and students toward the tenets of the NCTRC® Scope of Practice for the Practice of Recreation Therapy, the ATRA Code of Ethics, and the ATRA Standards for the Practice of Recreational Therapy and the Self-Assessment Guide, allowing for personal and professional growth.

Both editors have spent many years as CTRSs and have taught at the higher education level. They have also served in professional organizations such as the National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification and ATRA.

Instructions for Use

PART I: Understanding the ATRA Code of Ethics

Principle 1: Beneficence by Teresa M. Beck, PhD, CTRS

Principle 2: Non-Maleficence by Amber Arrington, CTRS

Principle 3: Autonomy by Jeffrey Witman, EdD, CTRS, FDRT; Kelly Niles-Yokum, PhD; and Brian Malcarne, PhD, CTRS

Principle 4: Justice by Sharon Nichols, CTRS/L, FDRT

Principle 5: Fidelity by Maureen Meador, CTRS

Principle 6: Veracity by Tim Passmore, EdD, CTRS/L, FDRT

Principle 7: Informed Consent by Al Kaye, MS, CTRS, FDRT, CBIS

Principle 8: Confidentiality and Privacy by Laurie Pickard, MA, LRT/CTRS, CCLS

Principle 9: Competence by Marcia Smith, MA, CTRS

Principle 10: Compliance With Laws and Regulations by Thomas K. Skalko, PhD, LRT/CTRS, FDRT

PART II Ethical Reasoning Appendices

Appendix A – Creative Exercises

Appendix B – Case Examples

Appendix C – Test Questions

Appendix D – Discussion Questions

Appendix E – Author and Editor Biographies

References

Index

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