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Professional client sexual relations covers a broad range of inappropriate intimate and psychosexual behaviors between professional people (not only therapists) and their clients or patients in violation of professional ethics and/or professional standards

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  • Abel, G. G., Osborn, C. A., & Warberg, B. W. (1998). Professionals. New York, NY: Plenum Press.
  • Alexander, C. J. (1997). Ethical concerns. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen Publishers.
  • Barber, M. E. (2007). An interview with Nanette Gartrell, MD. Binghamton, NY: Harrington Park Press/The Haworth Press.
  • Barnett, J. E. (1999). Multiple relationships: Ethical dilemmas and practical solutions. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press/Professional Resource Exchange.
  • Baur, S. (1997). The intimate hour: Love and sex in psychotherapy. Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin and Company.
  • Benedek, E. P., & Wahl, D. (1999). Sexual misconduct, the American Psychiatric Association, and the American Medical Association: Ethics and practice. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Benyei, C. R. (1998). Understanding clergy misconduct in religious systems: Scapegoating, family secrets, and the abuse of power. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Pastoral Press.
  • Bloom, J. D., Nadelson, C. C., & Notman, M. T. (1999). Physician sexual misconduct. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Bloom, J. D., Williams, M. H., Ulwelling, J. J., & Klevit, H. (1999). Sexual misconduct and Boards of Medical Examiners. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Celenza, A. (2007). Sexual boundary violations: Therapeutic, supervisory, and academic contexts. Lanham, MD: Jason Aronson.
  • Corey, G., & Herlihy, B. (1997). Dual/multiple relationships: Toward a consensus of thinking. New York, NY: Hatherleigh Press.
  • Dalenberg, C. J. (2000). Therapy as a unique human interaction: Management of boundaries and sexual countertransference. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Penfold, PS Sexual Abuse by Health Professionals: A Personal Search for Meaning and Healing (1998)
  • Peterson MR At Personal Risk: Boundary Violations in Professional-Client Relationships (1992)
  • Richardson S Cunningham M Broken Boundaries - stories of betrayal in relationships of care (2008)

PapersEdit

  • Abbott, A. A. (2003). Understanding Transference and Countertransference: Risk Management Strategies for Preventing Sexual Misconduct and Other Boundary Violations in Social Work Practice: Psychoanalytic Social Work Vol 10(2) 2003, 21-41.
  • Abel, G. G., & Osborn, C. A. (1999). Cognitive-behavioral treatment of sexual misconduct. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.
  • Abel, G. G., Osborn, C. A., & Warberg, B. (1995). Cognitive-behavioral treatment for professional sexual misconduct: Psychiatric Annals Vol 25(2) Feb 1995, 106-112.
  • Adler, R. (1997). Post-termination patient-therapist sexual contact: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry Vol 31(1) Feb 1997, 149.
  • Adrian, C. (1996). Therapist sexual feelings in hypnotherapy: Managing therapeutic boundaries in hypnotic work: International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis Vol 44(1) Jan 1996, 7-19.
  • Appelbaum, P. S., & Jorgenson, L. (1991). Psychotherapist-patient sexual contact after termination of treatment: An analysis and a proposal: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 148(11) Nov 1991, 1466-1473.
  • Appelbaum, P. S., & Jorgenson, L. (1992). Psychotherapist-patient sexual contact after termination of treatment: An analysis and a proposal": Reply: American Journal of Psychiatry Vol 149(7) Jul 1992, 987-989.
  • Argentieri, S. (2006). Sexual and relational seduction in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy: Rivista Sperimentale di Freniatria: La Rivista della Salute Mentale Vol 130(1) 2006, 69-82.
  • Arnold, E., Vogt, I., & Sonntag, U. (2000). Dealing with sexual attraction and reports on sexual contacts in psychotherapeutic relationships: Zeitschrift fur Klinische Psychologie, Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie Vol 48(1) 2000, 18-35.
  • Assalian, P. (1992). Fatal attraction: Patient-doctor sex: Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality Vol 1(4) Win 1992, 213-215.
  • Atkins, E. L., & Stein, R. A. (1993). When the boundary is crossed: A protocol for attorneys and mental health professionals: American Journal of Forensic Psychology Vol 11(3) 1993, 3-21.
  • Avery, L. D., & Gressard, C. F. (2000). Counseling regulations regarding sexual misconduct: A comparison across states: Counseling and Values Vol 45(1) Oct 2000, 67-77.
  • Aviv, A., Levine, J., Shelef, A., Speiser, N., & Elizur, A. (2006). Therapist-Patient Sexual Relations: Results of a National Survey in Israel: Israel Journal of Psychiatry and Related Sciences Vol 43(2) 2006, 119-125.
  • Bachmann, K. M., Bossi, J., Moggi, F., Stirnemann-Lewis, F., Sommer, R., & Brenner, H. D. (2000). Nurse-patient sexual contact in psychiatric hospitals: Archives of Sexual Behavior Vol 29(4) Aug 2000, 335-347.
  • Bagby, R. M., Garfinkel, P. E., & Dorian, B. (1998). "Boundary violations and personality traits among psychiatrists": Reply: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 43(5) Jun 1998, 522-523.
  • Barber, M. (2003). An Interview with Nanette Gartrell, MD: Journal of Gay & Lesbian Psychotherapy Vol 7(4) 2003, 35-47.
  • Bauriedl, T. (1998). Giving up abstinence means the death of psychoanalysis: The incompatibility of psychoanalysis and body therapy: Forum der Psychoanalyse: Zeitschrift fur klinische Theorie & Praxis Vol 14(4) Dec 1998, 342-363.
  • Baylis, F. (1993). Therapist-patient sexual contact: A non consensual, inherently harmful activity: The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie Vol 38(7) Sep 1993, 502-506.
  • Behnke, S. (2004). Introduction to the Special Section: Ethics & Behavior Vol 14(2) 2004, 103-104.
  • Ben-Ari, A., & Somer, E. (2004). The Aftermath of Therapist-Client Sex: Exploited Women Struggle with the Consequences: Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy Vol 11(2) Mar-Apr 2004, 126-136.
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  • Benson, G. L. (1994). Sexual behavior by male clergy with adult female counselees: Systemic and situational themes: Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity Vol 1(2) 1994, 103-118.
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  • Berland, D. I., & Guskin, K. (1994). Patient allegations of sexual abuse against psychiatric hospital staff: General Hospital Psychiatry Vol 16(5) Sep 1994, 335-339.
  • Berman, E. (1997). Mutual analysis: Boundary violation or failed experiment? : Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 45(2) 1997, 569-571.
  • Bernsen, A., Tabachnick, B. G., & Pope, K. S. (1994). National survey of social workers' sexual attraction to their clients: Results, implications, and comparison to psychologists: Ethics & Behavior Vol 4(4) 1994, 369-388.
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  • Celenza, A. (2005). Sexual Boundary Violations: How Do They Happen? : Directions in Psychiatry Vol 25(2) 2005, 141-149.
  • Celenza, A. (2006). Sexual boundary violations in the office: When is a couch just a couch? : Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol 16(1) 2006, 113-128.
  • Celenza, A., & Gabbard, G. O. (2003). Analysts who commit sexual boundary violations: A lost cause? : Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association Vol 51(2) Spr 2003, 617-636.
  • Celenza, A., & Hilsenroth, M. (1997). Personality characteristics of mental health professionals who have engaged in sexualized dual relationships: A Rorschach investigation: Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic Vol 61(1) Win 1997, 90-107.
  • Celes, L. A. (2005). Seduction and femininity in transference: Agora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalitica Vol 8(1) Jan-Jun 2005, 77-94.
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  • Chessick, R. D. (1997). Malignant eroticized countertransference: Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis & Dynamic Psychiatry Vol 25(2) Sum 1997, 219-235.
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  • Clemens, N. A. (2007). When Colleagues Go Astray: Journal of Psychiatric Practice Vol 13(1) Jan 2007, 40-43.
  • Clipson, C. R. (2005). Misuse of Psychologist Influence: Multiple Relationships: Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma Vol 11(1-2) 2005, 169-203.
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  • Coverdale, J. H., & Turbott, S. H. (1997). Teaching medical students about the appropriateness of social and sexual contact between doctors and their patients: Evaluation of a programme: Medical Education Vol 31(5) Sep 1997, 335-340.
  • Dalenberg, C. J. (2000). Therapy as a unique human interaction: Management of boundaries and sexual countertransference. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
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  • Davis, M. H., Drogin, E. Y., & Wright, J. H. (1995). Therapist-patient sexual intimacy: A guide for the subsequent therapist: Journal of Psychotherapy Practice & Research Vol 4(2) Spr 1995, 140-149.
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