Continuing Education

The Ethics of Multicultural Practice

Richard I. Ruth, PhD

This article explores ethical principles and standards that can help health service psychologists work to become more multiculturally effective. It includes fictionalized vignettes to invite readers to consider that sometimes, when clinical thinking does not offer a ready solution to a multicultural challenge, an ethical perspective might.

Year 2015
Credit 1
Level Intermediate
Price $25.00
Learning Objectives
  1. Apply ethical principles and standards to become more multi-culturally effective.
  2. Analyze fictionalized scenarios to build ethical perspectives when faced with multicultural challenges.

Ruth, R.I. (2015). The Ethics of Multicultural Practice. The Register Report, 41, 22-27.

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