I’ve already talked about a great deal of denial in the mental health community about abuse of clients that takes place in therapy much more often than professionals would like to admit. The available information on the subject is very scarce, and, mostly, the only type of abuse of clients that gets some minimal attention is sexual abuse when Continue reading “Emotional Abuse in Therapy”
It would be an understatement to say that abuse in therapy is a taboo topic among professionals. The ignorance about the extent of client abuse by therapists goes beyond just not talking about it in professional circles, there is a complete denial that such phenomena exists. The most common response you would get Continue reading “Abuse of Clients in Therapy”
The subject of boundaries is very popular in therapy. This post discusses what boundaries are and some common misconception about them.
Professional “boundaries” in therapy is a subject widely discussed among professionals during training, in supervision and peer consultations. It is also a subject frequently brought up during therapy, because understanding and maintaining professional “boundaries” is thought to be an organic part of psychotherapy process. Continue reading “The Misconception about Professional “Boundaries””