Discuss Some Practical Ways That You Practice Self-Care

A minimum of  2 scholarly peered reviewed article  must be sited using APA format 400 words for each topic 31 and 32

Topic 31

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Discuss some practical ways that you practice self-care. How do your practices align with practical guidelines for self-care recommended by other psychologists? What are some risks associated with NOT practicing self-care?

 

Topic 32

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Give an example of how using deception in research can and should be used. Describe why the use of deception can be considered acceptable while some of the classic research methods are not. Provide examples when applicable.

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ead “Introduction: Problems, Pitfalls, and Potentials” by Knapp, Gottlieb, & Handelsman, from Ethical Dilemmas in Psychotherapy: Positive Approaches to Decision Making (2015).

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Read “The Rationalization of Unethical Research: Revisionist Accounts of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the New Zealand ‘Unfortunate Experiment’” by Paul & Brookes, from American Journal of Public Health (2015).

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Read “Care of Others and Self: A Suicidal Patient’s Impact on the Psychologist” by Webb, from Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (2011).

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