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Published on Nov 1, 2010
In this fifth segment of our Boundaries in Psychotherapy Series, Dr. Zur presents on dual and multiple relationships in psychotherapy. Simply put, a dual or multiple relationship in therapy is when the clinician and client/s have a relationship outside the therapeutic one - such as, they also serve on PTA or a local basketball league. Just a few years ago, mainstream psychotherapy considered these relationships taboo, despite their being unavoidable in some communities (such as small towns and the military) and - in some cases - ethical and clinically sound. Thankfully, the field is evolving and clinicians are better understanding their options with regard to dual and multiple relationships, and how to handle the special ethical and treatment issues presented by these circumstances.