Dual Relationships in Psychotherapy
Pope, Kenneth S.
Ethics and Behavior. 1991; 1(1): 21-34.
A dual relationship in psychotherapy occurs when the therapist engages in another, significantly different relationship with the patient. The two relationships may be concurrent or sequential. For both sexual and nonsexual dual relationships, men are typically the perpetrators and women are typically the victims. This article presents examples of dual relationships, notes the attention that licensing boards and other agencies devote to this topic, reviews the meager research concerning nonsexual dual relationships, and discusses common strategies that promote both sexual and nonsexual dual relationships.
Accountability; Attitudes; Codes of Ethics; Conflict of Interest; Economics; Employment; Ethics; Females; Fraud; Health; Health Personnel; Males; Misconduct; Organizations; Patients; Professional Ethics; Professional Organizations; Psychology; Psychotherapy; Regulation; Research; Risks and Benefits; Sexuality; Social Interaction; Survey;
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