Dual Relationships in Counselling Psychotherapy

Chapter 1 - Boundary Issues are Commonplace: Setting the Limits Chapter 2 - The Absolute Limit: Sexual Dual Relationships - The prevelance and harmful effects Chapter 3 - The Significance of Sexual Feelings in the Therapeutic Relationship ...

Dual Relationships in Counselling   Psychotherapy

Author: Gabrielle Syme

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0761960872

Page: 130

View: 101

Chapter 1 - Boundary Issues are Commonplace: Setting the Limits Chapter 2 - The Absolute Limit: Sexual Dual Relationships - The prevelance and harmful effects Chapter 3 - The Significance of Sexual Feelings in the Therapeutic Relationship Chapter 4 - Nonsexual Dual Relationships: The Management of Gifts and Barter Chapter 5 - Touching: Finding the Limits Chapter 6 - Managing Social Situations and Friendship Chapter 7 - Nonsexual Dual Relationships in Training, Supervision and Research Chatper 8 - Challenging the Limits: Dual Relationships in Small Communitites and Pastoral Relationships Chapter 9 - Learning from the Boundary Riders

Dual Relationships in Counselling Psychotherapy

Chapter 1 - Boundary Issues are Commonplace: Setting the Limits Chapter 2 - The Absolute Limit: Sexual Dual Relationships - The prevelance and harmful effects Chapter 3 - The Significance of Sexual Feelings in the Therapeutic Relationship ...

Dual Relationships in Counselling   Psychotherapy

Author: Gabrielle Syme

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 9780761960881

Page: 130

View: 645

Chapter 1 - Boundary Issues are Commonplace: Setting the Limits Chapter 2 - The Absolute Limit: Sexual Dual Relationships - The prevelance and harmful effects Chapter 3 - The Significance of Sexual Feelings in the Therapeutic Relationship Chapter 4 - Nonsexual Dual Relationships: The Management of Gifts and Barter Chapter 5 - Touching: Finding the Limits Chapter 6 - Managing Social Situations and Friendship Chapter 7 - Nonsexual Dual Relationships in Training, Supervision and Research Chatper 8 - Challenging the Limits: Dual Relationships in Small Communitites and Pastoral Relationships Chapter 9 - Learning from the Boundary Riders

Speaking the Unspeakable

Subjects covered include: · roles and boundaries in dual and multiple role relationships · client experiences and perceptions of being in dual and multiple role relationships · developing a relational ethic for complex relationships This ...

Speaking the Unspeakable

Author: Lynne Gabriel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135443688

Page: 216

View: 627

Are dual relationships always detrimental? Speaking the Unspeakable provides an in-depth exploration of client-practitioner dual relationships, offering critical discussion and sustained narrative on thinking about and being in dual relationships. Lynne Gabriel draws on the experiences of both practitioners and clients to provide a clear summary of the complex and multidimensional nature of dual relationships. The beneficial as well as detrimental potential of such relationships is discussed and illustrated with personal accounts. Subjects covered include: · roles and boundaries in dual and multiple role relationships · client experiences and perceptions of being in dual and multiple role relationships · developing a relational ethic for complex relationships This book offers an insightful and challenging portrayal of dual relationships that will be welcomed by therapists, trainers, trainees and supervisors.

Dual Relationships And Psychotherapy

Section III.34, states: Manage dual or multiple relationships that are unavoidable
due to cultural norms or other ... Canadian Counseling Association (CCA) Code
of Ethics (1999), Section B, Counselling Relationships, subsection B8, Dual ...

Dual Relationships And Psychotherapy

Author: Arnold A Lazarus, PhD, ABPP

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826148980

Page: 536

View: 745

ìThe opinions expressed in this publication go directly to the challenges we will collectively face as we enter the 21st century.." -- from the Foreword by Patrick H. DeLeon, PhD, JD, ABPP, Past President, American Psychological Association ìThis volume, through a series of diverse approaches and considerations, has dispelled for all time the monolithic notion that dual relationships are always harmful and should be avoided...remarkable and refreshing.î -- Nicholas A. Cummings, PhD, ScD, Former President., American Psychological Association This book, the first of its kind, covers the clinical, ethical and legal aspects of non-sexual dual relationships. It provides detailed guidelines on how to navigate the complexities of intended and unintended crossings of the boundaries of the therapeutic relationship. Contributors representing various therapeutic approaches and work settings challenge the prevailing interpretations of ethical standards as presented by the American Psychological and the American Counseling Associations' Code of Ethics. Through case examples, they demonstrate how non-sexual dual relationships may result in increased trust, familiarity, and therapeutic effectiveness. Discussions include concerns of rural, military, church, hearing impaired and other small communities; behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, and feminist views on DR; and more. This is a book for all practicing therapists. Appendices contain guidelines to nonsexual dual relationships in psychotherapy.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in the Human Services

Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 22:297–307. Stone, A.A. ... Dual
Relationships in Counselling and Psychotherapy. ... “Therapist Marries Patient
with Multiple Personalities: Showcases Her While Treating Condition.” 1996.

Boundary Issues and Dual Relationships in the Human Services

Author: Frederic G. Reamer

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231527683

Page: 272

View: 466

Should a therapist disclose personal information to a client, accept a client's gift, or provide a former client with a job? Is it appropriate to exchange email or text messages with clients or correspond with them on social networking websites? Some acts, such as initiating a sexual relationship with a client, are clearly prohibited, yet what about more subtle interactions, such as hugging or accepting invitations to a social event? Is maintaining a friendship with a former client or client's relative a conflict of interest that ultimately subverts the client-practitioner relationship? Frederic G. Reamer, a certified authority on professional ethics, offers a frank analysis of a range of boundary issues and their complex formulations. He confronts the ethics of intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients, the healthy parameters of practitioners' self-disclosure, electronic relationships with clients, the giving and receiving of gifts and favors, the bartering of services, and the unavoidable and unanticipated circumstances of social encounters and geographical proximity. With case studies addressing challenges in the mental health field, school contexts, child welfare, addiction programs, home-healthcare, elder services, and prison, rural, and military settings, Reamer offers effective, practical risk-management models that prevent problems and help balance dual relationships.

Touch in Psychotherapy

Should a therapist ever shake hands with a client, or touch a client's hand or shoulder? There are taboos against erotic touch in psychotherapy, for excellent reasons, but what about nonerotic touch?

Touch in Psychotherapy

Author: Edward W. L. Smith

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 9781572306622

Page: 248

View: 368

Should a therapist ever shake hands with a client, or touch a client's hand or shoulder? There are taboos against erotic touch in psychotherapy, for excellent reasons, but what about nonerotic touch? These latter forms of physical contact are not explicitly taboo and they can be powerful forms of communication. Research and clinical experience indicate that they can contribute to positive therapeutic change when used appropriately. What, then, is appropriate use?

Principles and Practice of Grief Counseling

a therapeutic relationship. The client may be placed in a position of compromise
with self-disclosure, negating the core conditions of safety and nonjudgment in
the counseling relationship. In dual relationships, the counselor has a personal ...

Principles and Practice of Grief Counseling

Author: Howard R. Winokuer, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826108733

Page: 256

View: 399

"The book is well-written, interesting, informative, thorough, and useful! As an educator for 43 years, this is the sort of text that I would be pleased to use in my classroom!....I would highly recommend this book! It is an important contribution to the field!"--Gerry R. Cox, PhD, in Illness, Crisis and Loss This core, introductory textbook for undergraduate and graduate level courses is the first volume to combine the knowledge and skills of counseling psychology with current theory and research in grief and bereavement. It is grounded in the belief that grief counseling is distinct from other therapeutic issues because grief is an adaptive response rather than a form of pathology. The book describes the unique aspects of grief as a normal response to loss, and views the goal of counseling bereaved individuals as one of facilitating the unfolding of the healthy and adaptive aspects of the process as it manifests itself within each client. Grief is considered a response to losses that are both death- and non-death-related; and psychological, physical, social, economical and practical experiences of grief are addressed. The text introduces various theories of bereavement and examines different therapeutic modalities that can be used in the context of grief and loss. Specific counseling practices that facilitate successful interventions are discussed, particularly that of "presence," considered by the authors to be the primary therapeutic stance when working with bereaved individuals. The text also addresses grief counseling with special populations, ethical issues, and self-care concerns for counselors. Case studies, discussion and reflection questions, and suggested additional resources are included in each chapter. Key Features: Regards grief therapy as a unique form of counseling based on grief as an adaptive response rather than as a form of pathology Combines the knowledge and skills of counseling psychology with current research in grief and bereavement Written by a prominent clinician and an educator with over 60 years of combined experience in grief counseling Focuses on the importance of "presence" as the most important therapeutic foundation for working with bereaved individuals

Counseling Ethics

Avoiding exploitive dual relationships: A decision-making model. Psychotherapy,
30, 41–48. Grassian, V. (1992). Moral reasoning: Ethical theory and some
contemporary moral problems. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Gutheil, T. G.
 ...

Counseling Ethics

Author: Christin Jungers, PhD, LPCC-S, NCC

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826108520

Page: 412

View: 995

How can philosophy guide our understanding of and approach to counseling ethics and techniques? Moving beyond the standard review of ethical issues and basic problem solving, this highly engaging new text for counseling professionals features innovative, experiential activities and case studies that promote in-depth thinking about the ethical, moral, and legal issues often confronted by counseling professionals. The book is designed to help counselors develop an appreciation for and confidence in their preferred set of philosophical ethics and become ethically autonomous professionals. To this end, it examines a full range of philosophical approaches to ethics, such as the well-known concepts of ethics codes and laws, as well as the less familiar ideas of existential phenomenology, care ethics, and virtues. Featuring contributions from leading counselor educators and practitioners representing a wide range of expertise in counseling specialties and ethical practice, this text presents ethical practice from a positive, proactive point of view rather than from a reactive or fear-based stance. It provides a solid foundation in ethical decision making, critical thinking, and best practices that will enable counseling professionals to navigate the maze of ethical codes and standards of care, while confidently practicing in a consistently ethical manner. The accompanying Instructorís Manual offers step-by-step guidance on how to facilitate classroom activities and case study discussions, as well as a sample syllabus and a selection of quiz and essay questions to enhance studentsí understanding of each chapter. The text is congruent with relevant ethical codes and CACREP curriculum standards. Key Features: Provides activity-based learning regarding all the ethical standards and legal issues counselors will face Promotes in-depth critical thinking and a proactive, postitive approach to ethical and moral dilemmas Includes examples across all counseling settings and specialties Offers students multiple case examples that make ethical issues realistic and engaging Features Instructorís Manual offering sample syllabus and resources for course activities

The Therapeutic Relationship

This text provides coverage of the uses and abuses of the therapeutic relationship in counselling, psychology, psychotherapy and related fields.

The Therapeutic Relationship

Author: Petruska Clarkson

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1861563817

Page: 470

View: 937

This text provides coverage of the uses and abuses of the therapeutic relationship in counselling, psychology, psychotherapy and related fields. It provides a framework for integration, pluralism or deepening singularity with reference to five kinds of therapeutic relationship potentially available in every kind of counselling or psychodynamic work. The work incoporates training and supervision perspectives and examples of course design, uses in assessment and applications to group and couples as well as to organizations. Dealing with an issue of increasing complexity, the book should be of value and significance to psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, clinical and counselling psychologists and other professionals working in the field of helping human relationships such as doctors, social workers, teachers and counsellors.

Ethics and Values in Social Work Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide

Boundary issues in counseling: Multiple roles and responsibilities. Alexandria,
VA: American Counseling Association. ... This is one of the earliest discussions in
the social work literature on the subject of boundaries and dual relationships.

Ethics and Values in Social Work  Oxford Bibliographies Online Research Guide

Author: Oxford University Press

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780199802272

Page: 26

View: 420

This ebook is a selective guide designed to help scholars and students of social work find reliable sources of information by directing them to the best available scholarly materials in whatever form or format they appear from books, chapters, and journal articles to online archives, electronic data sets, and blogs. Written by a leading international authority on the subject, the ebook provides bibliographic information supported by direct recommendations about which sources to consult and editorial commentary to make it clear how the cited sources are interrelated related. A reader will discover, for instance, the most reliable introductions and overviews to the topic, and the most important publications on various areas of scholarly interest within this topic. In social work, as in other disciplines, researchers at all levels are drowning in potentially useful scholarly information, and this guide has been created as a tool for cutting through that material to find the exact source you need. This ebook is a static version of an article from Oxford Bibliographies Online: Social Work, a dynamic, continuously updated, online resource designed to provide authoritative guidance through scholarship and other materials relevant to the study and practice of social work. Oxford Bibliographies Online covers most subject disciplines within the social science and humanities, for more information visit www.aboutobo.com.

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

In the Fifth Edition, you'll find chapters on psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, reality, behavior, and cognitive-behavior therapies - and, new to this edition, family systems therapy; ethical issues in ...

Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy

Author: Gerald Corey

Publisher: Brooks/Cole

ISBN:

Page: 528

View: 181

In the Fifth Edition, you'll find chapters on psychoanalytic, Adlerian, existential, person-centered, Gestalt, reality, behavior, and cognitive-behavior therapies - and, new to this edition, family systems therapy; ethical issues in counseling practice, including dual relationships, the role of codes of ethics, and guidelines for making ethical decisions; tables and other integrating materials to help you compare and contrast the nine approaches; and coverage of the DSM-IV and of the role of diagnosis and testing, as well as guidelines for applying each of the theories from a multicultural perspective.

Boundaries in Psychotherapy

This book is for the professional who feels unsure when entering the gray areas that inevitably arise in psychotherapy practice.

Boundaries in Psychotherapy

Author: Ofer Zur

Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn

ISBN:

Page: 267

View: 901

This book is for the professional who feels unsure when entering the gray areas that inevitably arise in psychotherapy practice. The author carefully differentiates between what constitutes appropriate and helpful boundary crossing rather than inappropriate boundary violation and explores the ethical and clinical complexities involved in boundary issues such as the exchange of gifts, nonsexual touch, and more.

Relational Ethics in Practice

Throughout this book, Lynne Gabriel, Roger Casemore and their contributors emphasise that the consideration of the ethical dimension is of paramount importance to successful processes and outcomes in every therapeutic relationship.

Relational Ethics in Practice

Author: Lynne Gabriel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113409342X

Page: 208

View: 263

Relational Ethics in Practice presents a new collection of narratives on ethics in day-to-day therapeutic practice. Highly experienced professionals from a range of roles in the therapeutic professions explore ways of developing ethical and effective relationships. The contributors provide the reader with engaging and informative narratives that indicate how ethics can inform and influence practice in a variety of clinical contexts across the helping professions. These personal and professional narratives will encourage people to think more proactively about ethics and the impact that they have on both therapeutic practice, and life in general. Throughout this book, Lynne Gabriel, Roger Casemore and their contributors emphasise that the consideration of the ethical dimension is of paramount importance to successful processes and outcomes in every therapeutic relationship. Chapters cover a number of topics including: how theoretical approaches can inform ethical decision making and practice practical difficulties and ethical challenges innovative and unconventional approaches informed consent across various contexts pointers for good practice the notion of the 'wounded healer'. Relational Ethics in Practice: Narratives from Counselling and Psychotherapy will appeal to a wide range of readers involved in the helping professions including counsellors, psychotherapists, researchers, supervisors and trainees.

Christian Counseling Ethics

A counselor who teaches a college course has a client show up for class. What should she do? These are just a few of the complex dilemmas that therapists, counselors and pastors face nearly every day.

Christian Counseling Ethics

Author: Randolph K. Sanders

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830818921

Page: 404

View: 560

A client raises spiritual questions. Can a Christian therapist working in a government agency talk with a client about faith? A young couple with two children asks a Christian counselor to help them negotiate an end to their marriage. What responsibility does the counselor have to try to repair the relationship? A youth group member confidentially reveals to the pastor that he is taking drugs. Should the pastor tell the boy's parents? A counselor who teaches a college course has a client show up for class. What should she do? These are just a few of the complex dilemmas that therapists, counselors and pastors face nearly every day. Handling these situations appropriately is critical for both the client's progress and the professional's personal credibility and protection from liability. State and federal codes, professional association statements and denominational guidelines have been drawn up to address ethical issues like competence, confidentiality, multiple relationships, public statements, third parties and documentation. In this book you'll find them all compiled and interpreted in light of Christian faith and practice. Written by qualified professional counselors and respected academic instructors, this book is an indispensable resource for understanding and applying ethics in Christian counseling today.

The Handbook of Narrative and Psychotherapy

The Handbook of Narrative and Psychotherapy is the first work to draw together theorists and practitioners representing a diverse range of approaches to describe and detail assessment and intervention strategies focusing on client story ...

The Handbook of Narrative and Psychotherapy

Author: Lynne E. Angus

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761926849

Page: 404

View: 626

The field of narrative-informed therapy began nearly a decade ago and has now matured to the point where a significant reference work is both timely and appropriate. The Handbook of Narrative and Psychotherapy is the first work to draw together theorists and practitioners representing a diverse range of approaches to describe and detail assessment and intervention strategies focusing on client story-telling and story reconstruction to promote positive change in clients. It aims to bring together multiple approaches to promote a dialogue among differing narrative traditions and synthesize a more integrated understanding of client story-telling processes in psychotherapy. The editors have achieved a balance between practice, applied research findings, and background theory. Psychotherapy practitioners and researchers in social work, counseling, nursing, and psychiatry will find this handbook of immense value. Faculty, graduate students, and librarians in clinical psychology, counseling, social work, and psychiatry departments will also find this an ideal addition to their courses and collections. No other volume brings together original contributions in narrative and psychotherapy from practitioners and researchers from around the world.

The Therapeutic Relationship in Psychoanalysis Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy

unintentionally , fundamentally , profoundly and unavoidably dual or multiple in
essence . This brings me to the ethical issue which I find most disturbing in the
sense that it is ubiquitous in so many psychotherapy settings which are linked
with ...

The Therapeutic Relationship in Psychoanalysis  Counselling Psychology and Psychotherapy

Author: Petrūska Clarkson

Publisher: Singular Publishing Group

ISBN:

Page: 391

View: 499

It is often the therapeutic relationship between client and therapist which is more important than the theoretical orientation. This book deals with the uses and abuses of the therapeutic relationship in counselling, psychology, psychotherapy and related fields. It provides a framework for integration, pluralism or deepening singularity with reference to five kinds of therapeutic relationship potentially available in every kind of counselling or psychodynamic work. The original paper and framework upon which this book is based has been widely acclaimed within psychotherapeutic, humanistic and psychoanalytic circles internationally. It has been found useful by adherents of a single orientation, as well as by practitioners who draw from several approaches. In addition, it has formed the basis for several courses in counselling and psychotherapy which have been recognised by national and international accrediting organisations. Dealing with an issue of increasing complexity, the book will be of great value and significance to psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, clinical and counselling psychologists, and other professionals working in the field of helping human relationships such as doctors, social workers, teachers and counsellors. Informed lay people, particularly those who are involved in the helping professions, may also find it of interest and benefit.

Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action

The BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and
Psychotherapy places responsibility on counsellors for determining the potential
beneficial or detrimental impact of dual relationships on clients, and that they
should be ...

Standards and Ethics for Counselling in Action

Author: Tim Bond

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1473917883

Page: 352

View: 204

Get 24 months FREE access to an interactive eBook* when you buy the paperback! (Print paperback version only, ISBN9781473913974) To find out more visit: https://study.sagepub.com/counsellingethics Textbook with free access to counselling videos and other digital resources! The fourth edition of this classic text includes FREE access to an interactive eBook edition, which gives you on-the-go access to a wealth of digital resources supporting the print edition. It includes: · 16 counselling scenario videos · 16 author discussion videos · an interactive glossary · journal articles · interactive multiple choice questions · live links to useful websites, including ethical codes and frameworks relevant to the UK and internationally. The 16 counselling scenario videos illustrate key ethical topics, issues and dilemmas arising in counselling practice, including: contracting, confidentiality, working with a client with suicidal intent, counselling in a digital age, counsellor self-care - and much more. In the 16 author discussion videos, leading expert Tim Bond gives his reflections on each counselling scenario, to support you in your ethical practice. Other updates to the new edition include three new chapters on Working with Social Diversity, Counselling in a Digital Age and Being Accountable: Evidence-based Practice and Monitoring and new content on reflective practice to encourage ethical mindfulness. This is the ultimate guide to standards and ethics in the psychological therapies and a must read for all trainees and practitioners. Tim Bond is an Emeritus Professor of the University of Bristol and Visiting Professor to the University of Malta. We are putting the finishing touches on all of the carefully crafted tools and resources that will soon be available to you on the interactive ebook. Please check back soon to see what the interactive ebook has to offer! *interactivity only available through Vitalsource eBook 9781473913974

Strengths Based Supervision in Clinical Practice

Dual relationships: A continuum ranging from the destructive to the therapeutic.
Journal of Counseling & Development, 83, 3–11. Monk, J. ... Moskowitz, S. A., &
Rupert, P. A. (1983) Conflict resolution within the supervisory relationship.

Strengths Based Supervision in Clinical Practice

Author: Jeffrey K. Edwards

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1483307042

Page: 264

View: 301

Moving away from the usual medical-modeled framework of mental health focused on problems, Strengths-Based Supervision in Clinical Practice by Jeffrey K. Edwards takes a postmodern, social construction approach, looking for and amplifying strengths and encouraging stakeholders to use them. Based on research in brain science, as well as from the Information Age/Connectivity Age thinking, the book reframes the focus of supervision, management, and leadership to one that collaborates and builds on strengths with supervisees as competent stakeholders in their work with their clients.

Destructive Trends in Mental Health

San Francisco: Harper & Row. Keith-Spiegel, P. & Koocher, G.P. (1985). Ethics in
Psychology: Professional Standards and Cases. New York: Random House.
Kertesz, R. (2002). Dual relationships in therapy in Latin America. In A.A. Lazarus
 ...

Destructive Trends in Mental Health

Author: Rogers H. Wright

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135423555

Page: 384

View: 746

This book takes as its inspiration the assumption that the atmosphere of intellectual openness, scientific inquiry, aspiration towards diversity, and freedom from political pressure that once flourished in the American Psychological Association has been eclipsed by an "ultra-liberal agenda," in which voices of dissent, controversial points of view, and minority groups are intimidated, ridiculed and censored. Chapters written by established and revered practitioners explore these important issues within the contexts of social change, the ways in which mental health services providers view themselves and their products, and various economic factors that have affected healthcare cost structure and delivery. In short, this book is intended to help consumers, practitioners, and policy makers to become better educated about a variety of recent issues and trends that have significantly changed the mental health fields.