Dating client ethical

23-Oct-2020 14:29

People who come in weekly for massage sessions for a long period of time also provides time to get to know clients.Patrice Hinton Oswalt was flattered upon opening her e-mail and finding an Evite to a client’s long-awaited graduation.“I wanted her to think through it in a 360-degree way, all the way around, not just get caught up in the moment of inviting everyone,” says Oswalt, a member of the American Counseling Association.After reconsidering the situation, the client decided it would be wiser not to have Oswalt attend the graduation.To help counselors anticipate common ethical challenges and learn how best to handle them, Counseling Today invited Oswalt and four other ACA members with expertise in counseling ethics to provide some insights.

What is happening is called counter-transference and it happens in every relationship really and is called projection in other relationships.“The counseling relationship is built on trust — clients trusting that they can be vulnerable and that their counselor will not take advantage of that openness.

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