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Re: supervisors and boundaries

Posted by simcha on December 10, 2004, at 4:23:04

In reply to Re: supervisors and boundaries simcha, posted by jane d on December 10, 2004, at 4:01:58


No, I cannot do that. I have to say that it these are my boundaries. This is because I am in collaboration with my supervisor. I do make the choice to follow her direction. And I've changed her mind on certain things too. It's a two way street...

Holding clients is a very difficult process. It's very dynamic. Sometimes from the client's view it seems more static than it really is. Again, I believe we therapists walk on the edge of a knife when we work with clients. It's difficult to balance and we fall off often.

> Do you tell your clients that these are your supervisor's rule? I would think that having to impose someone else's judgment into therapy would be awkward at the very least.
> Jane




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