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Kylea Taylor’s book The Ethics of Caring: Finding Professional Right Relationship with Clients was published November 1, 2017. It received the Silver Medal book award from Nautilus Book Awards in the category “Relationships and Communication. It is written for students and practicing professionals: therapists, educators, medical professionals, hypnotherapists, bodyworkers, hospice workers, clergy and other professional caregivers. Ethical issues pertain to longings, feelings, and motivations which resonate at our very core. Our drives toward (and away from) money, sexuality, power, love, truth, inspiration, and oneness are the most powerful forces in our lives. How can we expect that these drives will not arise in one way or another in our relationships with clients? When we engage in self-discovery to know better our own motivations, we reduce client harm and increase client benefit.

[The basic ethics model was published in 1995 in Taylor’s book, The Ethics of Caring: Honoring the Web of Life in Our Professional Healing Relationship. This new book has a new ISBN: 978-1-59275-008-5. It was also published in Kindle format with the ISBN: 978-1-59275-041-2. This new edition has been rewritten, reorganized, and expanded by 80+ pages.]

Contents, Reviews, and the Table of Contents of the new book can be viewed at the publishers website:

If you are a teaching an ethics course for students or practitioners and are interested in reviewing a desk copy, please write to info@hanfordmead.com.

WORKSHOPS

Kylea Taylor and Selene Vega’s online class for SoulCollage® Facilitators, “Right Relationship: The Ethics of Caring”, is available for purchase and download and qualifies California MFTs and MSWs to receive the required 6 Law and Ethics CEs. SoulCollage Inc. is the CE course (CAMFT provider #133654).

 

 

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[…] It also requires a continued personal journey in reflection and spiritual practice. In her book The Ethics of Caring, Kylea Taylor writes: The degree of our willingness to delve into the dark truth of our own […]


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