VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Name Institution Lecturer Course Date VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION Vocational rehabilitation is defined as the services offered to different people who are suffering from mental or physical disabilities. The services provided in such programs are designed so as to enable the participants to equip themselves with skills resources expectations and attitudes needed to be competitive to the interviews secure a job and maintain it for their better future. The services that are offered during the vocational rehabilitation help the participants retrain for the employment after a medal disorder or even a physical injury has led to the loss of the previous job. The rehabilitation services assist in preparing the qualified participants to achieve independent and integral lifestyle within the place of work and also maintain active relation with the family and the society. This change is accomplished by carrying out the work evaluation readiness for the key steps that should be followed by the vocational rehabilitation clinicians in dealing with the ethical issues: 1. Formulating a sense of morality 2. Coming up with the moral course of action 3. Implementation of a moral decision Reference list Holmes J & Adshead G (2009) Ethical aspects of the psychotherapies. In: Bloch S & Green SA editors. Psychiatric ethics. Oxford Oxford University Press p. 367–384. Leventhal J. M. Asnes A. G. Pavlovic L. & Moles R. L. (2014). Diagnosing abusive head trauma: the challenges faced by clinicians. Pediatric Radiology 44(S4) 537-542. doi:10.1007/s00247-014-3074-1 Nussbaum A. (2013). The DSM-5 and the mental health clinician as consultant. Mental Health Clinician 2(9) 300-301. doi:10.9740/mhc.n137079 Robertson MD & Walter G (2008) Many faces of the dual-role dilemma in psychiatric ethics. Aust N Z J Psychiatry. 42(3): 228–235 Service Models in Vocational Rehabilitation. (n.d.). Occupational Therapy and Vocational Rehabilitation 77-117. doi:10.1002/9780470988213.ch5 [...]
Analyze the substantive differences between a vocational rehabilitation clinician and a standard mental health clinician, include treatment ideology for both. Describe ethical challenges to treatment that might be encountered by a vocational rehabilitation clinician in a correctional facility. Explain how those ethical challenges can be addressed. Provide a minimum of three to five peer reviewed resources to support your explanations.