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by Frederic G. Reamer

  • Author: Frederic G. Reamer
  • ISBN: 0231121164
  • ISBN13: 978-0231121163
  • ePub: 1328 kb | FB2: 1932 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: Columbia University Press; 1 edition (May 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 192
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Reamer examines the ethics involving intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients . Tangled Relationships - Frederic G. Reamer. Only recently have boundary issues become an explicit topic of conversation among human service professionals.

Reamer examines the ethics involving intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients, practitioners' self-disclosure, giving and receiving favors and gifts, bartering for services, and unavoidable and unanticipated circumstances such as social encounters and geographical proximity. Case vignettes help illustrate important points.

Frederic Reamer, a leading authority on professional ethics, offers a definitive and up-to-date analysis of boundary issues, a. .

One of the only works in the field to provide a conceptual framework for the dual relationship between practitioner and client, this book provides an in-depth look at the complex forms these relationships take. Reamer examines the ethics involving intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients, practitioners' self-disclosure, giving and receiving favors and gifts, bartering for services, and unavoidable and unanticipated circumstances such as social encounters and geographical proximity.

Tangled Relationships. Reamer also gives practical risk-management models to aid human service professionals in the prevention of problematic situations and the managing of dual relationships.

Frederic Reamer is Professor in the graduate program of the School of Social Work, Rhode Island College, where he has been on the faculty since 1983. Reamer received his P. from the University of Chicago (1978) and has served as a social worker in correctional and mental health settings.

Tangled Relationships book. One of the only works in the field to provide a conceptual framework for the dual relationship between practitioner and client, this book provides an in-depth look at the complex forms these relationships take.

Home Browse Books Book details, Tangled Relationships: Managing Boundary Issues. Tangled Relationships: Managing Boundary Issues in the Human Services. By Frederic G.

Should a therapist counsel a former lover or accept a client's gift? If so, has a boundary been crossed? Some boundary issues, like beginning a sexual relationship with a client, are obvious pitfalls to avoid, but what about more subtle issues, like hugging a client or disclosing personal information to a client? What are the boundaries of maintaining a friendship with a former client or the relative of a client? When do conflicts of interest overburden the client-practitioner relationship?Frederic Reamer, a leading authority on professional ethics, offers a definitive and up-to-date analysis of boundary issues, a rapidly emerging topic in the field of human services. One of the only works in the field to provide a conceptual framework for the dual relationship between practitioner and client, this book provides an in-depth look at the complex forms these relationships take. It also gives practical risk-management models to aid human service professionals in the prevention of problematic situations and the managing of dual relationships. Reamer examines the ethics involving intimate and sexual relationships with clients and former clients, practitioners' self-disclosure, giving and receiving favors and gifts, bartering for services, and unavoidable and unanticipated circumstances such as social encounters and geographical proximity. Case vignettes that help illustrate important points are also included in each chapter.