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Slide1: ECP 2011 ISTANBUL, TURKEY JUAN A. MARTINEZ Professionalism and Personalism in Impaired or Distressed Psychologists Tropes Zoom SE Analysis V722: Tropes Zoom SE Analysis V722 The data were analyzed using general and “moral & ethics” scenario. The document showed “expected” relationships. The issue is not internal cohesion; it is not followed or enforced. Slide3: PSYCHOLOGY IS FRAUD... The main contention Slide4: ...IF IT DOES NOT LIVE UP TO OR BY ITS OWN [ETHICAL] PRINCIPLES OR FOUNDATIONS. The main contention Slide5: PURSUE THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF THE PROFESSION PRACTICE WITHIN YOUR COMPETENCE SELF–REGULATION CONFRONT ETHICAL VIOLATIONS ACADEMIC/SCIENTIFIC INTEGRITY The main duties of a psychologist in general Slide6: “In fact, defining professionalism simply in terms of characteristics or permissible behavior raises criticism and skepticism. By such an approach, the public can dismiss professional claims of self-regulation as self-protection or self-interest.” Source: Candilis & Martinez, p. 384)‏ Something more is needed... Slide7: THE MAJOR STUMBLING BLOCK FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS IS THE “ DIS-INTEGRATION” OF THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL LIFE. Major stumbling block Slide8: THE PROFESSIONALISM AND PERSONALISM SPLIT (WITH ITS ACCOMPANYING SEPARATION WALL) IS FOUND IN THE UNIVERSAL SYMBOL FOR PSYCHOLOGY. An interesting observation Ψ Slide9: THIS ARTIFICIAL DIVIDE, BETWEEN THE PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL CAUSES FALLACIOUS REASONING, COMPROMISES, AND OTHER DETRACTION FROM THE MAIN PRINCIPLES ESPOUSED BY PSYCHOLOGY. IN FACT, IT IS LIKE DISSOCIATIVE DISORDER. The problematic artificial divide Slide10: “Your sense of identity, reality and continuity depend on your feelings, thoughts, sensations, perceptions and memories. If these become 'disconnected' from each other, or don't register in your conscious mind, it changes your sense of who you are, your memories and the way you see things around you.” Source: Mind Publications London, 2009 Similarity to Dissociative Disorder Slide11: (part of(x, y) ^ part of(y, x)) ! x = y (2)‏ // two distinct things cannot be part of each other, or: // if x is part of y and y is part of x, then x and y are the same thing Permission: KRDB Research Centre, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy A contradiction of Mereology Slide12: In general, "They have confidence in psychotherapy as a treatment tool; are pragmatically focused; link patient experiences to broader themes; and view the therapy relationship as the foundation of treatment." (Eells, 1999) In specific, there are "The 14 qualities and actions of effective therapist, based on theory, policy, and research evidence, can guide therapists toward continual improvement." (Wampold, Characteristics of Master Therapist Slide13: In general, "They have confidence in psychotherapy as a treatment tool; are pragmatically focused; link patient experiences to broader themes; and view the therapy relationship as the foundation of treatment." (Eells, 1999) In specific, there are "The 14 qualities and actions of effective therapist, based on theory, policy, and research evidence, can guide therapists toward continual improvement." (Wampold, n.d.) Characteristics of Master Therapist Slide14: Characteristic 12 of an "Effective Therapist" is most appropo to the discussion here: "The effective therapist is aware of his or her own psychological process and does not inject his or her own material into the therapy process unless such actions are deliberate and therapeutic. The effective therapist reflects on his or her own reaction to the client (i.e., counter transference) to determine if these reactions are reasonable given the patient presentation or are based on therapist issues." (Wampold, n.d.) Characteristics of Master Therapist Slide15: Competence = “Response-Ability,” not having the “ideal” life. Professionalism: “...is a structurally stabilizing morally protective force in society. (Ref. 19, p. 1612)”* *Source: Candilis & Martinez, p. 384 Simple New Definitions Slide16: Projection: Fear of one's own “Dirty Laundry” becoming public (i.e., personal mental illness, poor relations, etc.). Cultural Dictates: Being Romanian before being Professionals. Possible reasons for bifurcation Slide17: “Personal ethics, morality, and integrity will strongly influence a person's professional ethical conduct. Integrity means wholeness or completeness – continuity of life in all its actions.” Source: White, J.E. (Maj. Gen. USAFR)‏ Strict integrity is vital... Slide18: ON A SCALE FROM 10 (HIGHLY CLEAN) TO 0 (HIGHLY CORRUPT)‏ DENMARK: RANK 1 OUT OF 178 (9.3)‏ TURKEY: RANK 54 OUT OF 178 (4.4)‏ ROMANIA: RANK 69 OUT OF 178 (3.7)‏ SOMALIA: RANK 178 OUT OF 178 (1.1)‏ CONFIDENCE RANGE: WE CAN BE 90 PER CENT CONFIDENT THAT THE TRUE SCORE FOR THE COUNTRY LIES WITHIN THIS RANGE . SOURCE: HTTP://WWW.TRANSPARENCY.ORG/POLICY_RESEARCH/SURVEYS_INDICES/CPI/2010/RESULTS#TABLE Transparency International’s Corruptions Perceptions Index Slide19: THE WVS WERE DESIGNED TO MEASURE ALL MAJOR AREAS OF HUMAN CONCERN, FROM RELIGION TO POLITICS TO ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL LIFE. TWO DIMENSIONS DOMINATE THE PICTURE: (1) TRADITIONAL VS. SECULAR-RATIONAL VALUES AND (2) SURVIVAL VS. SELF-EXPRESSION VALUES. THESE TWO DIMENSIONS EXPLAIN MORE THAN 70 PERCENT OF THE CROSS-CULTURAL VARIANCE ON SCORES OF MORE SPECIFIC VALUES. SOURCE: HTTP://WWW.WORLDVALUESSURVEY.ORG/WVS/ARTICLES/FOLDER_PUBLISHED/ARTICLE_BASE_111 World Values Survey Slide20: Detailed case sample at: http://antibadpsychinro.wordpress.com Complaint was filed with Romanian College of Psychologists and European Association of Psychotherapist (Romanian Office). Complaint was handled defensively from the beginning; it was treated as an attack against those two organizations themselves. The intent was a request to help psychologist in question with her Avoidant Personality Disorder (AvPD). The Case Sample Slide21: [Re]integrate the professional and personal selves. They were never really two any way. Follow and enforce Deontology Codes without exception. Get out of the “Legal Defense” of the profession business; individual psychologists are the respondent(s). Ethics Committees are neutral. Publicize complaints, with anonymous placeholders, to make the complaint process transparent, instructive, and accountable. Select Recommendations Slide22: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGY ASSOCIATION HTTP://WWW.APA.ORG COLLEGE OF PSYCHOLOGISTS ROMANIA HTTP://COPSI.RO/ EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF PSYCHOTHERAPY HTTP://WWW.EUROPSYCHE.ORG/ TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL HTTP://TRANSPARENCY.ORG/ TROPES ZOOM V7.22 LIMITED EDITION HTTP://WWW.SEMANTIC-KNOWLEDGE.COM/ WORLD VALUE SURVEY HT TP://WORLDVALUESSURVEY.ORG/ References Slide23: Candilis, P.J. And Martinez, R. “Commentary: Toward a Unified Theory of Personal and Professional Ethics,” J Am Acad Psychiatry Law 33:382-5, 2005 Eells, Tracy D.. "What Do We Know About Master Therapists?." The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research. The Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research, n.d. Web. 9 June 2014. <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3330562/>. Livingston, Kathryn Dissociation Disorder, Mind Publications London, 2004 (Revised 2009) Wampold, Bruce E.. "QUALITIES AND ACTIONS OF EFFECTIVE THERAPISTS." Continuing Education in Psychology. American Psychological Association, n.d. Web. 9 June 2014. <http://www.apa.org/education/ce/effective-therapists.pdf>. White, J.E. (Maj. Gen. USAFR) “Personal Ethics Versus Professional Ethics,” Airpower Journal, Summer 1996, pp. 30-34 References (Continued)‏

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