Dual relationships refer to situations wherein a therapist, in addition to providing psychological services, also engages in activities with the client that go beyond their professional boundaries. Examples include therapists who enter into a business relationship with a client, or those who are apt to socialize with certain clients. The ultimate dual relationships comprise any […]Continue Reading ...
Since receiving his Ph.D. from Yale University 40 years ago, Philip G. Zimbardo, Ph.D. never contemplated a political role for himself in APA leadership. A seasoned, eminent academic and researcher at Stanford University for 32 years, he was rarely seen among the APA partisans who criss-cross the country on the “Red Eye” from San Francisco […]Continue Reading ...
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