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Re: Is there an implied consent for a therapist to rnny

Posted by pegasus on April 9, 2010, at 12:59:14

In reply to Is there an implied consent for a therapist to, posted by rnny on April 8, 2010, at 17:32:06

I've never had a T ask permission per se to talk about sex. My experience has more been with the T saying something like, "How's your sex life these days?" And then letting me get away with saying just "good" if that's as far as I wanted to go.

I did kinda like the idea of mystickangaroo's T explaining boundaries, including talk about sex, early on. It's not exactly asking permission, but it is opening up the subject in a way that potentially makes it easier for the client to bring it up if they want to.

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