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Yikes, are gifts really a boundary issue? Miss Honeychurch

Posted by Aphrodite on June 25, 2004, at 11:43:40

In reply to Therapy and gifts, posted by Miss Honeychurch on June 25, 2004, at 8:23:17

Is that person by person, or is it some kind of APA rule? For Christmas, I gave my therapist a book about brain research that I had mentioned once that he seemed interested in. I handed it to him on my way out, and he seemed delighted and asked if he could open it while I was there. He was appreciative, and I did not pick up on any problems.

When is someone going to come out with the Therapy Rule Book?!?!?!? I really don't know how to be a therapy patient.

I like the idea of baking a treat. I always thought the image of Karen Kay bringing in goodies and both of them munching on it while they spoke was so neat and comfortable. (Of course, I know it caused her great anxiety to make the perfect treat!)




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