Aravind, V. K., Krishnaram, V. D., & Thasneem, Z. (2012). Boundary crossings and violations in clinical settings. Indian Journal of Psychological Medicine, 34 (1), 21–24. This article analyzes the varied ways in which physicians can violate patient boundaries.
Contrastano, C. M. (2020). Trainee’s perspective of reciprocal vulnerability and boundaries in supervision. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 30 (1), 44–51.
This article looks at various ways that a supervisor might violate boundaries or create role confusion in their relationship with their trainee. It also evaluates the potential benefits and consequences of their self-disclosures or vulnerability.
(2017). Counseling and psychotherapy ethics: Self-Awareness, competence, and boundaries [Video]. Microtraining Associates; Alexander Street. This is an excellent video that demonstrates many ethical issues that involve the professional relationship and boundary awareness.
Gavazzi, J. (Producer). (2014, August 11). Episode 13: Ethical analysis of vignettes (number 2) [Audio podcast]. This podcast provides an example of how to examine an ethical vignette relevant to this week’s assignment.
Kenneth S. Pope, & Melba J. T. Vasquez. (2016). Ethics in Psychotherapy and Counseling: A Practical Guide: Vol. Fifth edition. Wiley. 225-275. Read Chapters 21 and 22. These chapters cover multiple relationships and sexual attraction to clients.