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Ethics: The Teacher - Student Relationship

A series of articles and essays on being clear about your practice polices, on understanding boundaries, on sexual and ethical considerations, on confidentiality, on dual relationships, and the value of ongoing supervision.

They were written by Ben Benjamin (and others) for the massage and body-work professions but have a lot of relevance to our work. These articles are used with permission and are part of the study course for LearningMethods teachers.

See also Ethics: Working with Survivors of Abuse and the LearningMethods Code of Professional Conduct.

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