Fully updated and expanded, the second edition of this best seller reflects the profession’s most current thinking on dual or multiple relationships. Revised in accordance with the 2005 ACA Code of Ethics and the most recent ethical codes of related professional associations including APA, ACES, ASCA, AAMFT, ASGW, and NASW, this book is a necessity for all counselors seeking to make sense of and develop a clear personal stance on this controversial topic. It is also an outstanding supplementary text for courses on ethical and professional issues.
Twenty guest contributors offer their perspectives on a range of boundary issues. Contents include sexual dual relationships; the client’s perspective on therapeutic boundaries; counselor education, supervision, and consultation; private practice; school counseling; group work training and education, community counseling; substance abuse; HIV/AIDS; rehabilitation; group counseling, couple and family counseling; and forensics.
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