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This job cites any circumstances under which you would terminate a clinical relationship with a client.

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As you list any circumstances under which you would terminate a clinical relationship with a client and make a list and discuss the pros and cons of this strategy, please note that the topic is vast. However, if the client, in an extreme case, tried to pursue an inappropriate, sexual or romantic relationship with the counselor, then termination would be beneficial to protect both parties and a strategy would be to recommend the client to a new counselor in order to ensure comfort for all parties. An essential part would be to secure the client's agreement.

In addition to issues of intimacy where counselors feel uncomfortable with clients and where professionalism is jeopardized, you might note that another scenario might be financial. For example, when clients do not pay fees or when a larger ...

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Termination of clinical relationships is the focal topic.

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