Psychotherapy Networker • 5/29/2018 • 1 Comment
Have you ever heard about a tricky clinical scenario and thought, "I know exactly how I'd handle that"? We've all been there.
In the spirit of sharing and community, we're introducing a forum called Clinician's Quandary, where you, the reader, offer your take on how you'd address a clinical dilemma from a real practice.
Once a month, we'll pose a Quandary and collect reader responses. Top answers will be published in a blog shared with your colleagues worldwide. See below for more details.
Here's this month's Quandary:
My client Diane just told me she intends to move overseas to marry a man she recently met online, but has never spent time with in person. She’s divorced, and has said on multiple occasions that she hasn’t healed completely from the split. This raises an alarm for me, but I don’t think she'd respond well to my being overly directive. How should I proceed?
We want to hear from you:
*Responses may be edited for clarity.
Topic: Professional Development