“This is a wonderful resource book that can be an invaluable professional guide for maintaining ethics and integrity within the helping professions.”
~ Angeles Arrien, Ph.D., cultural anthropologist, author of The Four-Fold Way, Signs of Life, and The Second Half of Life.
“The Ethics of Caring alerts healers to not underestimate… the palpable physical, emotional, and psychic vulnerabilities that come in these states and provides tools for navigating these deep and often confusing relationship elements. Only by understanding their own vulnerabilities can caregivers hope to enter more fully into truly healing relationships with their clients.”
~ Mid-West Book Review
“Kylea Taylor’s model provides the scaffolding for practitioners to self examine where they are particularly vulnerable to ethical digression. Her work is required reading for educators in prenatal and perinatal psychology and health.”
~ Kate White, MA, LMT, RCST®, CEIM, SEP, Director of Education & Administrator, Prenatal and Perinatal Educator Certificate Program, The Association for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health
“This is a unique book addressing in an honest and humble way the dangers and pitfalls that all therapists face daily in their practices. It offers a conceptual framework which is widely accepted outside our culture, but has not been previously discussed in any standard texts on either ethics or therapeutic interpersonal dynamics.”
~ Robert R. Newport, M.D.
“Especially important for the practitioner are Taylor’s chapters on vulnerabilities to unethical behavior, and keys to professional ethical behavior.”
~ Brendan Reed, Lac, in Book Review from The Library Letter, Bastyr University
“Too often, ethical questions are considered dreary subjects best left to a committee. This book helps us see ethics as integrally related to how we do our work, and to our own personal growth… The Ethics of Caring will be especially valuable for trainee caregivers, supervisors, clients looking for the appropriate therapist, and any professionals who find themselves, as we all do from time to time, out of our depth. Comprehensive and visionary.”
~ Martin Boroson, Author of Becoming Me and One Moment Meditation