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invested opinion on a personal level. For example, my sister has come to me before to vent abouther daughter’s father. I know what I want to tell her, she should not be nice to him when he is nothing but a jerk to her (I do not want to say it that nicely either), but I also do not want to make
CHALLENGING A CLIENT4her upset enough to jeopardize my relationship with her. Per the ACA Code of Ethics, I will only give my sister my personal sisterly opinion not my professional one due to her being family. The second example is from the text. Kennard plays a game with the therapist. I do not know if I would know how to recover from a situation like this one of the client being a wiseacre.
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