By Barbara Herlihy
Twin or a number of relationships among counselors and their
clients are one of the so much arguable concerns within the counseling
profession. large debate between execs has ended in a
current stance that's extra versatile and culturally delicate than
ever sooner than; despite the fact that, many questions and issues remain.
This very hot e-book is key 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 matters, as
well as for practicum and internship seminars to coach the following new release of counselors.
Fully revised based on the 2014 ACA Code of Ethics and the present moral codes
of AAMFT, ACES, APA, ASCA, ASGW, CRCC, IAMFT, NASW, and different specialist organizations,
Boundary matters in Counseling displays the assisting profession's newest pondering on
this subject and gives quite a lot of critiques and views. Ethics specialists Barbara Herlihy
and Gerald Corey, besides forty visitor individuals, percentage their suggestions on a range of
potential boundary issues and violations, together with the moral concerns surrounding sexual
dual relationships; multiculturalism and social justice; counselor schooling, supervision,
and session; crew counseling; and kin counseling; and college counseling.
This useful source additionally covers strong point components, resembling catastrophe psychological future health, private
practice, addictions counseling, rehabilitation counseling, rural perform, counseling in the
military, and forensic counseling.
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Extra resources for Boundary Issues in Counseling: Multiple Roles and Responsibilities, Third Edition
A final related issue has to do with gifts. When is it appropriate or inappropriate to accept a gift that a client has offered? These questions are explored in the following sections. Counseling a Friend or Acquaintance Many writers have cautioned against counseling a friend, and the ACA Code of Ethics (ACA, 2014) expressly prohibits counseling close friends. Kitchener and Harding (1990) point out that counseling relationships and friendships differ in function and purpose. We agree that the roles of counselor and friend are incompatible.
Withholding information about a minor client despite a parent’s request for information 12. Pressuring a client to receive needed services 13. Becoming sexually involved with a former client (at least 5 years after the counseling relationship ended) 14. Guaranteeing confidentiality for group members 15. Sharing confidential client information with a colleague who is not your supervisor 16. , family counseling) without contacting the other counselor 17. Seeing a minor client without parental consent 18.
In many close-knit communities, nonprofessional contacts and relationships are likely to occur because clients often seek out counselors who share their values and are familiar with their culture. These “small worlds” might include religious congregations, those in recovery from substance abuse, the gay/lesbian/bisexual/transgender community, some racial or ethnic minority groups, and the military. The debate over dual or multiple relationships has been extensive, and much of it has been enlightening and thought provoking.
Boundary Issues in Counseling: Multiple Roles and Responsibilities, Third Edition by Barbara Herlihy