Treatment of Marital and Family Therapists
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The patient/therapist must be assisted in being there as parent, spouse, and family member and not as a cotherapist. Fears regarding confidentiality and loss of professional stature need to be dispelled. If therapist/patient and therapist have other professional interactions, wherever possible these should be suspended or minimized during the course of therapy. For the family, the boundaries should be clarified and demarcated so that no one feels an undue invasion of privacy or fear of exposure. (42 pp.)