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Dual relationships in counselling and psychotherapy [electronic resource] : exploring the limits / Gabrielle Syme.

By: Syme, Gabrielle, 1943-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Ethics in practice: Publisher: London ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, 2003Description: 1 online resource (x, 130 p.).ISBN: 9780857022134 (electronic bk.); 085702213X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Counselors -- Professional ethics | Psychotherapists -- Professional ethics | Counseling -- Moral and ethical aspects | Psychotherapy -- Moral and ethical aspects | Counseling -- ethics | Professional-Patient Relations -- ethics | Psychotherapy -- ethics | PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychotherapy -- General | Psychotherapeut-cli�ent-relatie | BeroepsethiekGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dual relationships in counselling and psychotherapy.DDC classification: 616.89/14 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Boundary issues are commonplace: setting the limits -- The absolute limit: sexual dual relationship -- the prevalence and harmful effects -- The significance of sexual feelings in the therapeutic relationship -- Non-sexual dual relationship: the management of gifts and barter -- Touch: finding the limits -- Social situations and friendship -- Non-sexual dual relationship in training, supervision and research -- Challenging the limits: Dual relationships in small communities and pastoral relationship -- Learning from the boundary riders.
Summary: �This thought- provoking book should be required reading for all trainers, practitioners and supervisors. It examines the complex issues that arise when the clinician enters into a relationship with the client beyond the psychotherapeutic boundaries' - Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal. A recent development in the profession is a consideration of the appropriate use of touch. This is looked at in some detail in this book with useful guidelines of the issues to be considered in deciding whether to touch a client or not. The issue of dual relationships with clients, trainees and s.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [124]-127) and index.

Boundary issues are commonplace: setting the limits -- The absolute limit: sexual dual relationship -- the prevalence and harmful effects -- The significance of sexual feelings in the therapeutic relationship -- Non-sexual dual relationship: the management of gifts and barter -- Touch: finding the limits -- Social situations and friendship -- Non-sexual dual relationship in training, supervision and research -- Challenging the limits: Dual relationships in small communities and pastoral relationship -- Learning from the boundary riders.

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�This thought- provoking book should be required reading for all trainers, practitioners and supervisors. It examines the complex issues that arise when the clinician enters into a relationship with the client beyond the psychotherapeutic boundaries' - Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal. A recent development in the profession is a consideration of the appropriate use of touch. This is looked at in some detail in this book with useful guidelines of the issues to be considered in deciding whether to touch a client or not. The issue of dual relationships with clients, trainees and s.

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