Our expert says:
Its a bit like the old theological debates about how many angels could fit on the head of a pin.
And overlooking the prime issue of exploitation to debate specific sexual content, is like debating - not whether eating people is wrong, but whether or not it is permissable to use condiments.
I don't see how intimate and fliratious e-mails can be disguised as "boundary crossings" ( sounds like he should have got a stamp in his passport ? ) could be in the interests of any patient - if there were issues that could be beneficial, they need to be discussed in a therapy session, not external to it. Again, what I find despicable is this sense of blaming the victim, and pretending that ANY of what he did was somehow for your benefit. It is precisely this issue of KNOWING your points of vulnerability and cynically using them for his own purposes, that is entirely sleazy.
I continue to be concerned at "what this did to you" - and disappointed that those who pretended to be Wise Men when pronouncing on the matter, don't seem to have taken this into account. The mere fact that someone like you, with so many better things to do and enjoy in life, has been left still brooding, worrying, and feeling at fault, proves why such behaviour as his is reprehensible. By handling him so gently, they may have prevented him from fully understanding or making the necessary changes.
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