Boundary and multiple relationship dilemmas continue to be among the more frequent issues psychologists confront in their professional work. Drs. Taube and Younggren address common quandaries, as well as those emerging due to COVID and its aftermath. Topics will include shifting professional roles, boundary challenges in remote care, personal/professional boundaries, differentiating clinical from forensic practice, and more.
- List five ethical dimensions of multiple relationships.
- Apply an ethical analytic model to determine whether a multiple relationship is a permissible boundary crossing or an impermissible violation.
- Identify two strategies for reducing risks when encountering multiple relationships and boundary concerns.