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What are Boundaries?
What are Boundaries?

Before progressing to the finer detail of boundaried therapeutic work, it is helpful to clarify some of the specific meanings within the context of counselling. Considering what we mean by the term ‘boundaries’ in counselling should help, in addition to considering how such boundaries can be used as a vehicle for therapeutic change. With so many models of therapy being practised, we also need to explore the impact that our theoretical orientation can have on the contracting process. We will also consider a range of possible alternatives for managing our boundaries. Within this chapter we will be considering the challenges and benefits that working within safe boundaries can provide; to do that however, we first need to clarify exactly ...

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