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Title: Strategies for Ethical Decision Making: Nine Step Model


1
Strategies for Ethical Decision Making Nine Step
Model
Gerald P. Koocher Patricia Keith-Spiegel
  • Koocher, G. P. Keith-Spiegel, P. (1998)
  • Ethics in Psychology Professional Standards and
    Cases. New York Oxford University Press

2
Step One
  • Determine if Matter is and Ethical One
  • Locate the general ethical principles that apply
    to the situation to determine if the matter is
    ethical.

3
Step Two
  • Consult the guidelines already available that
    might apply to a specific identification and
    possible mechanism for resolution

4
Step Three
  • Consider, as best as possible, all of the sources
    that might influence the kind of decision you
    will make
  • Evaluate prejudices, personal needs and attitudes

5
Step Four
  • Locate a trusted colleague with whom you can
    consult
  • Evaluate consultants abilities and expertise
  • Be aware of liability issues
  • Consultation should be based on objectivity

6
Step Six
  • Generate alternative decisions
  • Brain storm all options

7
Step Seven
  • Enumerate consequences of each decision
  • include economic, psychological, and social
    costs short-term, ongoing, and long term
    effects the time and effort necessary to effect
    each decision, including any resource
    limitations any other risks, including the
    violation of individual rights and any benefits.

8
Step Eight
  • Make the decision
  • Review decision with affected parties with regard
    to outcome effects

9
Step Nine
  • Implement the decision
  • Should do versus will do dichotomy
  • Survey data have also revealed that clinical
    psychologists were most often willing to
    implement decisions that were less direct, less
    restrictive, and less consistent with APA
    guidelines, often acting from expedience and
    opportunism
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