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By Barbara Herlihy

Twin or a number of relationships among counselors and their
clients are one of the such a lot arguable matters within the counseling
profession. broad debate between execs has ended in a
current stance that's extra versatile and culturally delicate than
ever ahead of; although, many questions and issues remain.
This extremely popular booklet is vital analyzing for counselors
struggling to discover a transparent own place at the myriad issues
that can come up with a number of relationships. it's also an ideal
supplemental textual content for classes in ethics concerns, as
well as for practicum and internship seminars to coach the subsequent iteration of counselors.

Fully revised in response to the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics and the present moral codes
of AAMFT, ACES, APA, ASCA, ASGW, CRCC, IAMFT, NASW, and different expert organizations,
Boundary matters in Counseling displays the aiding profession's latest considering on
this subject and gives a variety of evaluations and views. Ethics specialists Barbara Herlihy
and Gerald Corey, in addition to forty visitor individuals, proportion their suggestions on a spread of
potential boundary matters and violations, together with the moral matters surrounding sexual
dual relationships; multiculturalism and social justice; counselor schooling, supervision,
and session; team counseling; and relations counseling; and college counseling.
This necessary source additionally covers strong point components, similar to catastrophe psychological overall healthiness, private
practice, addictions counseling, rehabilitation counseling, rural perform, counseling in the
military, and forensic counseling.

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These guidelines include the following: • Set healthy boundaries from the outset. It is a good idea for counselors to have in their professional disclosure statements or informed consent documents a description of their policy pertaining to professional versus personal, social, or business relationships. This written statement can serve as a springboard for discussion and clarification. • Involve the client in setting the boundaries of the professional or nonprofessional relationship. Although the ultimate responsibility for avoiding problematic dual relationships rests with the professional, clients can be active partners in discussing and clarifying the nature of the relationship.

He is fearful of revealing his personal concerns in counseling with Darla because he knows that Darla will be involved in determining whether he will be allowed to continue his graduate studies at the end of his probationary period. He wants to switch to another counselor but is afraid of offending Darla. Counselor educators and counselors must be sensitive to the power and authority associated with their roles. They must resist using their power to manipulate students or clients. Because of the power differential, it is the professional’s responsibility to ensure that the more vulnerable individual in the relationship is not harmed.

These guidelines include the following: • Set healthy boundaries from the outset. It is a good idea for counselors to have in their professional disclosure statements or informed consent documents a description of their policy pertaining to professional versus personal, social, or business relationships. This written statement can serve as a springboard for discussion and clarification. • Involve the client in setting the boundaries of the professional or nonprofessional relationship. Although the ultimate responsibility for avoiding problematic dual relationships rests with the professional, clients can be active partners in discussing and clarifying the nature of the relationship.

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