A single female colleague of yours tells you that she is having a problem with one of her female clients, to whom she is very much attracted.
make sure to use outside refernces as well.

Required Readings
*Students who apply for registration with CCPA or other colleges (i.e. CRPO, BCACC, ACTA) as counsellors/therapists and mental health service providers:
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. (2020). Code of ethics. https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/CCPA-2020-Code-of-Ethics-E-Book-EN.pdf
E. Clinical Supervision Services
F. Consultation Services
Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. (2021). Standards of practice (6th ed.). https://www.ccpa-accp.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/CCPA-Standards-of-Practice-ENG-Sept-29-Web-file.pdf
E. Clinical Supervision Services
I. Indigenous Peoples, Communities, and Contexts
J. Practice Standards as the Beginning of a Journey with Indigenous Peoples and Communities
Martin, L., Shepard, B., & Lehr, R. (Eds.). (2015). Canadian counselling and psychotherapy experience: Ethics-based issues and cases. Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
Chapter 10
Chapter 13
When a practitioner is both a friend, therapist, and/or teacher, the professional is putting themselves in a conflict-of-interest situation. Both parties in a professional relationship may be hindered by the existence and demands of the other relationship in order to achieve their therapeutic objectives. The terms boundary crossing and boundary violation are also used, the former for the identification of multiple relationships at low risk of harm to clients and the latter for the identification of high-risk relationships.
Review what the codes of ethics have to say about this topic and incorporate this into your discussions:
“A single female colleague of yours tells you that she is having a problem with one of her female clients, to whom she is very much attracted. She finds herself willing to run overtime in the sessions. If she were not a client, your colleague confides to you that she would most likely ask this person out for a date. Your colleague is wondering if she should terminate the professional relationship and begin a personal one. She has shared with her client that she is sexually attracted to her, and the client admits to finding her attractive too.”
Your colleague comes to you for your suggestions on how she should proceed. What would you say to her? What do you think you would do if you found yourself in a similar situation?
Source: Adapted from Fisher, C.B. (2021). Decoding the ethics code: A practical guide for psychologists. SAGE.

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make sure to use outside refernces as well and make sure the words are between 150 to 200