Breach of Trust: Sexual Exploitation by Health Care Professionals and Clergy / Edition 1

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Overview

The 1980s heralded the beginning of an awareness of sexual exploitation of clients by health care professionals and clergy. The focus then was on raising consciousness about the problem. This volume reflects the concerns of the 1990s: it explores the subject in greater depth, develops theoretical ties to other areas and proposes sophisticated solutions.

Following an introductory overview, Breach of Trust focuses on victims. Contributions include victims' first-hand accounts and discussions of support and recovery groups and individual therapy for both male and female victims and their families. The contributors then examine perpetrators: they describe innovative work being undertaken to understand the characteristics

Clergy sexual abuse & male survivors/boundary challenges when both therapist & client are gay males/etc.

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Resulting from the Second International Conference on Sexual Misconduct by Clergy, Psychotherapists, and Health Care Professionals, held in Minneapolis, October 1992, this volume contains some of the individual presentations, much information to assist victims in becoming survivors, and reviews of the present legal and ethical state of affairs. It begins with background chapters giving an overview and highlighting the basic nature of the problem. The balance of the book is divided into sections on victims, perpetrators, and responses. Pape editions (5557-X), $26.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803955561
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 10/20/1994
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 448
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface - Hannah Lerman
Introduction - John C Gonsiorek
PART ONE: BACKGROUND
Introduction - John C Gonsiorek
Historical Overview - Gary Richard Schoener
Physician-Patient Sexual Contact - Nannette K Gartrell et al
Prevalence and Problems
Is Nothing Sacred? When Sex Invades the Pastoral Relationship - Marie M Fortune
PART TWO: VICTIMS OF PROFESSIONAL ABUSE
Victims' Experiences - Jeannette Hofstee Milgrom
An Introduction
Alex's Story - J Alex Acker
Growing Beyond Abuse - Laurel Lewis
Making the Leap - Melissa Roberts-Henry
A Personal Story of Moving from Victim/Survivor to 'Activityist'
The Boston Experience - Estelle Disch and Janet W Wohlberg
Responding to Sexual Abuse by Professionals
Lot's Wife, Sabina Spielrein, and Anita Hill - Peter Rutter
A Jungian Meditation on Sexual Boundary Abuse and Recovery of Lost Voices
Transforming Power - Signe L Nestingen
Women Who Have Been Exploited by a Professional
Betrayal - Walter H Bera
Clergy Sexual Abuse and Male Survivors
Helping Direct and Associate Victims to Restore Connections after Practitioner Sexual Misconduct - Ellen Thompson Luepker
PART THREE: PERPETRATORS
Psychotherapists Who Transgress Sexual Boundaries with Patients - Glen O Gabbard
Assessment for Rehabilitation of Exploitative Health Care Professionals and Clergy - John C Gonsiorek
Inpatient Assessment of the Sexually Exploitative Professional - Richard R Irons
A Systems Perspective on Sexual Exploitation of Clients by Professional Helpers - William L White
Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Therapists' Social and Sexual Interactions with Clients - Laura Lyn
Comparing the Experiences of Women Clients Sexually Exploited by Female versus Male Psychotherapists - Mindy Benowitz
Boundary Challenges When Both Therapist and Client Are Gay Males - John C Gonsiorek
PART FOUR: RESPONSES
Sexual Contact in Fiduciary Relationships - Linda Mabus Jorgenson
Legal Perspectives
Employer/Supervisor Liability and Risk Management - Linda Mabus Jorgenson
Employer/Supervisor Liability and Risk Management - Gary Richard Schoener
An Administrator's View
The Effects of Criminalization of Sexual Misconduct by Therapists - Andrew W Kane
Report of a Survey in Wisconsin
Criminalization of Therapist Misconduct in Colorado - Melissa Roberts-Henry
An Overview and Opinion
How Churches Respond to the Victims and Offenders of Clergy Sexual Misconduct - Rev Margo E Maris and Kevin M Mc Donough
Training for Prevention of Sexual Misconduct by Clergy - Donald C Houts
The Art of Advocacy - Nancy Biele and Elizabeth Barnhill
Epilogue - John C Gonsiorek

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