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Crown, N. (2017). Are You Sure It Was with a Patient? What We Talk About When We Talk About Sexual Boundary Violations. Psychoanal. Dial., 27(1):73-78.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 27(1):73-78

Are You Sure It Was with a Patient? What We Talk About When We Talk About Sexual Boundary Violations

Nancy Crown, Ph.D.

Sexual boundary violations have occurred between psychoanalysts and their patients since the beginnings of our profession. Using results from an informal survey, this paper explores the effects of sexual breaches on a psychoanalytic training community from the point of view of a graduate. The author reviews some of the literature describing the great difficulty that analytic institutes have addressing these occurrences and suggests possible reasons for this difficulty.

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