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Unread July 30th, 2006, 05:23 PM
TanyaGrave TanyaGrave is offline
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Default Too Far

A patient of mine, whom I've been seeing for almost a year, went too far in one of our sessions. How do you help someone who obviously needed if he doesn't know where to draw the line? If I show him the door then the same thing will probably happen to someone else and the wheel will just keep on turning.
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Unread August 31st, 2006, 08:09 AM
Fionnula MacLiam Fionnula MacLiam is offline
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Default Re: Too Far

Very difficult to make any comment without knowing what "too far" means. Too far in what way?
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Unread September 25th, 2009, 03:45 PM
philimon123 philimon123 is offline
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Default Re: Too Far

Is it that the patient does not know or is it that (s)he knows and is crossing boundaries? How can you protect yourself and your patient(s) by being more cognizant of your boundaries and what to do when they are violated?
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