Professional boundaries: your top 5 questions answered

When you train as a therapist, you generally do so because you want to help people. Maybe you’re the sort that everyone confides in anyway, and you feel you want to make a career of it. But that desire to help people can lead to over facing yourself to the point of exhaustion and burnout. Professional boundaries are the way you put limits on yourself (and your clients) and define exactly where your relationship starts and ends.

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