For every new clinician the prevention of boundary violations ought to be one of a clinical supervisors most fundamental teachings this book offers clinical examples a variety of boundary violations as well as how to cope with them clinically. The authors willingness to make clear that clinical practice of mental health occurs within boundaries whether one practices cbt prescribes medication is covering for the treating provider or does in depth transference based work is wonderful to encounter. This book is a very welcome addition to the existing literature on professional boundary violation and reading it may well as the cover suggests prevent such violations in clinical practice the book really is a supervisor but it is more. A fantastic book on what constitutes boundary violations vs boundary crossings in clinical practice one of the only books ive read that recommends an equal measure of convention and professional judgment in assessing what is appropriate behaviour within the therapeutic frame. Preventing boundary violations in clinical practice is an excellent resource that examines boundary concerns like the ones above exactly as they are complex issues requiring substantial thought that are oftentimes anything but clear cut
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