Should psychiatrists self disclose?

  • Edmund G Howe
  • Published 2011 in Innovations in clinical neuroscience

Abstract

The extent to which psychiatrists disclose personal information about their feelings, their pasts, and themselves to their patients has always been an important ethical and clinical question. In the past, psychiatrists tended to believe they should not self disclose personal information to their patients, mainly to help patients by exploring their… (More)

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