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Martin H. Williams is an American forensic psychologist. Williams completed his doctorate in psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and practices in San Jose and Los Angeles, California as part of Williams Psychological Services. Williams is known for his published articles on therapist-patient sex and psychotherapeutic boundaries, including:

  • Williams, M. H.(1992) “Exploitation and Inference: Mapping the Damage From Therapist-Patient Sexual Involvement” American Psychologist, , 47 (3), 412-421[1][2].
  • “Victimized by 'Victims:' A Taxonomy of Antecedents of False Complaints Against Psychotherapists” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 31 (1), 75-81, February 2000[3][4].
  • “Boundary Violations: Do Some Contended Standards of Care Fail to Encompass Commonplace Procedures of Humanistic, Behavioral and Eclectic Psychotherapies?”, Psychotherapy, 1997, vol. 34, number 3, pp. 238-249[5][6].

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