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Dating a former patient
The Ethics Code seeks to avoid harm and protect autonomy, informed by solid clinical thinking and good research. Stephen Behnke APA Ethics Director December 2004, Vol 35, No.
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Time may attenuate the intensity and even the likelihood that an involvement will result in harm.
Permanently prohibiting involvement may compromise the client's exercise of autonomy in determining with whom, and how, to be involved in personal relationships.
The issue of sexual involvements with former clients therefore requires its own analysis to determine when, if ever, such involvements may be ethically permissible or, put a different way, whether and to what extent such involvements should be prohibited.
Analyzing this issue requires examining post-termination sexual involvements from at least two perspectives: that of our values and that of our knowledge and data about the dynamics and effects of such involvements--in short, the ethical and clinical/research perspectives.
From the ethical perspective, a conflict arises between General Principle A, Beneficence and Nonmaleficence, and General Principle E, Respect for People's Rights and Dignity.