Ethical Principles

Thursday, 26. May 2016

Taking like reference Metacdigo EFPA, also they are of application its Ethical Principles (Separated 2) of: Respect to the rights and dignity of the people, by whom are due to respect and to promote the rights, dignity and values of the people. Privacy, confidentiality, self-determination and autonomy. Competition, the psychologist will maintain competition levels high, although recognizing its limits and their specialization, taking part only if he is in favor properly qualified of his formation or experience. This principle can be of special consideration in this case, because we do not know if the psychologist is specialistic in the field of I mistreat infantile. Responsibility, the psychologists must be responsible for their acts, avoiding to produce damages and to make sure that their services badly are not used. Integrity, the psychologist must be honest, and just respectful with the people, identifying clearly its roll and to act on the basis of this one. It is evident that, before initiating any type of action, it is necessary to realise an exhaustive analysis of the conflict. For it, the basic model of analysis to use will be the developed one by Knapp and VandeCreek (2006), Model of the five stages of solution.

Stage 1. Identification of the problem First of all, one is to identify the problem, to compile the sufficient information, of all the possible sources, on the causes that have brought about the conflict. It will be necessary to maintain interviews with the people who can be implied (the protagonist, the family, people of the social surroundings, educating, etc ). In our case, the first hypothesis on the case is that we are before the Harassment scholastic (Bullying) to a student of the institute. This hypothesis has been formulated on the basis of the information facilitated by the student: it asks for aid to the psychologist of the center, because since it entered in center, comes undergoing practical jokes, they harass to him calling it to house, insult to him, they are ***reflxed mng of her, etc is trusting no the problem to his parents; it is scared to that the situation can worsen.

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