Informed Consent is probably one single important aspect of therapy that could set up the entire therapy process either for success or for failure from the get go and could either increase or decrease the risk of harm to a client. Both the therapist and the client are best protected when client is well-informed about a particular way in Continue reading “Informed Consent in Psychotherapy”
Oftentimes therapy clients are confused about what their therapists are doing and struggle to understand if they are behaving ethically, but if you are someone who has already realized that your therapist has committed ethical violations, you would have to decide how you want to Continue reading “What to Do When Your Therapist Behaves Unethically”
A provider of any service is ethically and, in some cases, legally obligated to inform customers of how they do business, their business policies and the limitations of their services.
The nature of mental health services and, specifically, psychotherapy is so unique that informing the consumers about how those services work and what can and cannot be expected is absolutely crucial, it is more important than in any other industry. Yet, many therapists don’t provide their prospective Continue reading “Informed Consent In Therapy”
Many times I’ve been contacted by people, who were currently in therapy and wanted to know if their therapists were doing the work competently and/or ethically. Such questions arose out of concerns about the specific actions or non-actions made by the therapists that didn’t seem consistent with what people believed the normal therapy process should entail. Continue reading “How Do I Know What Is And Isn’t Supposed To Happen In Therapy”