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Demos, V.C. (2017). When the Frame Breaks: Ripple Effects of Sexual Boundary Violations. Psychoanal. Psychol., 34(2):201-207.

(2017). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 34(2):201-207

When the Frame Breaks: Ripple Effects of Sexual Boundary Violations

Victoria C. Demos, Ph.D.

Sexual boundary violations (SBVs) are devastating events within a psychoanalytic institute. SBVs are harmful not only to the patient/candidate upon whom the violation was committed but also to other patients of the violating analyst, and to the psychoanalytic community as a whole. This article considers the interpersonal and intrapsychic processes that lead to SBVs and their ripple effects. The author argues that SBVs signal a collapse of the third in the analytic dyad and in an institute as a whole. The author uses a case example to illustrate the utility of viewing ripple effects from SBVs as a consequence of a collapse of the third.

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