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Ethical dissonance — 2 Comments

  1. Looking into this issue in trying to prepare a presentation on the need for professional reflection within the mental health industry, where Evidence Based Practices are required when treating “illnesses” for which there’s no evidence. Where Big Pharma makes billions correcting “chemical imbalances” that have never been found. One of the most common dissonance ploys is the projection of “need”….as in “You need your medication”….and on and on.

  2. While I don’t work in the financial sector, I work for a publicly-traded company so I have wondered about this myself. In the end, though, I decided that continuing to support myself and my family was allowed by the hierarchy of needs, and by continuing to have most of my banking needs fulfilled by a federal credit union, I was doing my part!

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