Anonymity reconsidered


This paper questions the concept of the therapist's anonymity and offers as an alternative the concept of an anonymity/self-disclosure dimension along which the therapist can position himself depending on several criteria. These criteria pertain both to characteristics of the therapist, the patient, and the material to be disclosed. 
DOI: 10.1007/BF00946190


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@article{Glazer2004AnonymityR, title={Anonymity reconsidered}, author={Michael Glazer}, journal={Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy}, year={2004}, volume={12}, pages={146-153} }