Boundaries and Solidarity: The Importance of Being Real
Runtime - 41 minutes
Suzette L. Speight, Ph.D. presents at the 2007 Teachers College Annual Winter Roundtable at Columbia University.
Dr. Speight explores the connections between therapy boundaries, solidarity, and being real as a clinician. She critiques the universeal conception of boundaries and suggests there is a need for a re-examination of session boundaries. Through the use of personal case illustratiions, and various research findings, Speight presents a culturally congruent view of boundaries.
Suzette L. Speight - Boundaries and Solidarity - DVD
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