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Gifts in Therapy: Part C of Boundaries Series

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Published on Nov 1, 2010

In this segment of our Boundaries in Psychotherapy Series, Dr. Zur explores the issue of gifts. Gift-giving is an ancient, socially-accepted means of commemorating an event, showing appreciation or building relationships. Clients' gifts to therapists can range from a simple card (inexpensive, appropriate) to a new car (very expensive, inappropriate). There are many gifts in between these two - some that make sense for the relationship, and some that have greater significance beyond a simple gesture (such as a client trying to "buy love" or manipulate). Dr. Zur discusses these issues, and more, in this third segment.

For more on the Zur Institute, please visit us at: http://www.zurinstitute.com

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