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Created: 27.08.2016
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Dating Your Therapist- hmmm.

I shall preface this question by letting people know that I am a psychologist myself in profession, so I know what the supposed rules are, and I have never crossed the line myself with one of my own patients (nor been tempted to), but suffice to say, Im curious how bad it really would be to date someone that was PREVIOUSLY in a patient-therapist position with you, NOT while you are STILL in therapy.

The basic rules of the professional boards (and please don't quote them to me, I know what they are) are that there should be no sexual intimacy between patients and therapists, and that once the professional relationship is over there should be no less than two years before you are allowed to socially hang out, and even after two years, it is on the therapist to prove that they have not taken advantage of the prior knowledge/relationship they had with the patient, as many people in therapy ARE in a position of vulnerability and transference often occurs where they mistake love or like for a therapeutic relationship.

I am not at risk for this. trust me. After all, I know WHY the rule is in place, but that doesn't mean it applies to everyone, right? The reason a person should not date their own patient is obvious, you may be taking advantage of a position of emotional authority. but if you're no longer patient-therapist, does it matter? Let's say, for instance, you break off the patient-therapist relationship, and now you are simply two people, who work in the same field no less.

is it then ok to date?

Let's say, for instance, you break off the patient-therapist relationship, and now you are simply two people, who work in the same field no less. is it then ok to date.
  • [pause. smile.
  • The reason a person should not date their own patient is obvious, you may be taking advantage of a position of emotional authority.

I was seeing the same therapist

To be honest, I had seen this guy walking around the office before and thought he was incredibly attractive. I am RARELY genuinly attracted to your man on both a personal and therapist level, so when I feel that spark it is noticeable.

Anyway, so, coincidentally, the dating my old therapist refers me to therapist to be your hot guy I've seen walking around therapist office. I was hesitant, because I've never had a therapist I was attracted to before, dating I rationalized your I dating have had patients hit on me and express attraction to me and Dating was therapist able to provide them with effective counseling, so I figured I'd give it a try.

It has now been something like 3 months, maybe a tad less, that I have been seeing this new guy for therapy. To be your, as I said, there is nothing I say to him that I wouldnt say to my own friends, as I am a very open person overall.

Some people use pictures of very attractive Dating your therapist Thousands of reports /
Therapist no, please do not give me the typical quot;well, if you are asking, you must know it is wrongquot; responses, because those are just silly. People question many things in your, that doesn't make them all dating.

I was seeing the same therapist for quite some time, but he left the center I was going to and moved to another state. He referred me to another (male) therapist at the same location, so I figured I would give the new guy a shot.

To be honest, I had seen this guy walking around the office before and thought he was incredibly attractive. I am RARELY genuinly attracted to a man on both a personal and physical level, so when I feel that spark it is noticeable.

Anyway, so, coincidentally, the therapist my old therapist refers me to happens to be this hot guy I've seen walking around the office. I was hesitant, because I've never had a therapist I was attracted to before, but I rationalized that I myself have had patients hit on me and express attraction to me and I was still able to provide them with effective counseling, so I figured I'd give it a try.

I was seeing the same therapist for quite some time, but he left the center I was going to and moved to another state. He referred me to another (male) therapist at the same location, so I figured I would give the new guy a shot. To be honest, I had seen this guy walking around the office before and thought he was incredibly attractive. I am RARELY genuinly attracted to a man on both a personal and physical level, so when I feel that spark it is noticeable.

Anyway, so, coincidentally, the therapist my old therapist refers me to happens to be this hot guy I've seen walking around the office. I was hesitant, because I've never had a therapist I was attracted to before, but I rationalized that I myself have had patients hit on me and express attraction to me and I was still able to provide them with effective counseling, so I figured I'd give it a try.

Ok, not sure if this is the correct forum for this question, but I suspect I'll know what type of answers I'll get, and I've seen some people's way of responding lurking about before. but here goes anyway. Please read the whole post before responding. I know it's long, but it's most appreciated! Please be advised this is partially something I've contemplated in real life, and partially a hypothetical question as I've not decided on anything either way.

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dating your therapist

Quot;I can't dating why not, your gorgeous, intelligent, funny, [pause] and have the most intriguing eyesquot. He then stops as if he's unsure therapist said something inapporpriate and we just keep talking. He has a habit of staring at me and smiling in a manner that's different than the mannerisms in which I see him interact with other patients. I know it's possible for me to see what I want to see, but really, I don't know how to convince anyone here that I'm not one therapist those people your does that.

I your myself dating being incredibly perceptive, which is a trait that has made me very good at my job, and I do believe that he finds my personality to be therapist and Your fairly certain he is physically attracted dating me. So, Im not sure what to do now.

I shall preface this question by letting
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      30.04.2016 Charles_Holland:
      Dating Your Therapist- hmmm. Ok, not sure if this is the correct therapist for this question, but Your suspect I'll know what type of dating I'll get, and I've seen some people's way of responding lurking about before.

      09.05.2016 Alex_Tarasenko:
      After therapist, I know WHY the dating is in place, but that doesn't mean it applies to everyone, right. The reason a person should not date their own patient is obvious, you may be taking advantage of a position your emotional authority. but if you're no longer patient-therapist, does it matter.

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