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J Couns Dev. 2000 Summer;78(3):275-83.

Ethical decision-making models: a review of the literature.

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University of Missouri-St. Louis, Division of Counseling (469 MH), 8001 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, MO 63121-4499, USA. cottone@umsl.edu.

Abstract

A comprehensive review of the literature on ethical decision-making models in counseling is presented, beginning in the fall of 1984 through the summer of 1998. (Materials "in press" were considered.) A general overview of the literature is provided. Theoretically or philosophically based, practice-based, and specialty-relevant approaches are surveyed. The literature is rich with publications describing decision-making models, although few models have been assessed empirically, and few models seem well grounded philosophically or theoretically.

PMID:
14626235
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