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Unformatted text preview: mutual support to each other (e.g., Alcoholics Anonymous) Evaluating a Therapist: Danger Signals Therapist makes sexual advances Therapist makes repeated verbal threats or is physically aggressive Therapist is excessively hostile, controlling, blaming, or belittling Evaluating a Therapist: More Danger Signals Therapist talks repeatedly about his/her own problems Therapist encourages prolonged dependence on him/her Therapist demands absolute trust or tells client not to discuss therapy with anyone else Evaluating a Therapist: Questions to be Answered During the Initial Meeting Will the information I reveal in therapy remain confidential? What risks do I face if I begin therapy? How long do you expect treatment to last? What form of treatment do you expect to use? Are there alternatives to therapy that might help as much or more?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY ps 101 taught by Professor - during the Spring '10 term at Montgomery.
- Spring '10