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Fishkin, R.E. Levine, F.J. (2020). Ethical Issues in Psychotherapy Training in China. Psychoanal. Inq., 40(1):50-55.

(2020). Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 40(1):50-55

Ethical Issues in Psychotherapy Training in China

Ralph E. Fishkin, D.O., and Frederic J. Levine, Ph.D.

The growth of psychodynamic psychotherapy in China has been accompanied by a small number of ethical complaints. Some particular aspects of the logistics of building a practice in China have contributed to these ethical situations and are discussed. The CAPA Ethics Committee has worked with its Chinese counterparts to explicate the basic concepts of ethics and professional behavior, and ethics investigations, as they are articulated in the CAPA Ethics Procedures, the Ethics Code of the American Psychoanalytic Association and the Ethics Code of the Chinese Psychological Society. Continued education by CAPA and CIC about the essence of ethical and professional behavior will be a feature of its training going forward, and should be extended after graduation by means of continuing education programs.

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