Ethics in Sport and Exercise Psychology explores professional issues that pose unique challenges to those working in the rapidly expanding field of sport psychology. The papers included in this special issue feature the insights of experienced professionals in sport and exercise psychology. Topics addressed include: information related to multiple role issues; the training of ethics to graduate students; the provision of exercise psychology services; developing a professional practice; and working and traveling with elite Olympic level sport teams. Taken collaboratively, the articles provide a better understanding of the ethical nuances of sport and exercise psychology practice.
Contents: E.F. Etzel, J.C. Watson, II, Introduction to the Special Issue: Ethics in Sport and Exercise Psychology. J.C. Watson, II, S. Zizzi, E.F. Etzel, Ethical Training in Sport Psychology Programs: Current Training Standards. J.L. Brown, K.D. Cogan, Ethical Clinical Practice and Sport Psychology: When Two Worlds Collide. P. Haberl, K. Peterson, Olympic-Size Ethical Dilemmas: Issues and Challenges for Sport Psychology Consultants on the Road and at the Olympic Games. J.C. Watson, II, D. Clement, B. Harris, T.R. Leffi ngwell, J. Hurst, Teacher-Practitioner Multiple- Role Issues in Sport Psychology. J.S. Pauline, G.A. Pauline, S.R. Johnson, K.M. Gamble, Ethical Issues in Exercise Psychology.