How useful are clinical reports concerning the consequences of therapist-patient sex?

Abstract

The harmfulness and prevalence of sex between therapist and patient are difficult to research. One reason for this is the difficult of establishing a rate of harm; general population trends cannot be established within reasonable limits. A second problem involves determining the cause of observed harm. Therapists who treat patients who have had sex with a… (More)

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@article{Williams1995HowUA, title={How useful are clinical reports concerning the consequences of therapist-patient sex?}, author={Marlene Williams}, journal={American journal of psychotherapy}, year={1995}, volume={49 2}, pages={237-43} }