XXXXX XXXXX is the only practicing therapist in a small town in Minnesota with a population of 10,000 people. One day, he recognizes on his appointment list, the name of his mechanic. He is aware from the local gossip, that his mechanic Eric Mech has been diagnosed with cancer. Later in the day, during the appointment hour, Eric Mech tells Dr. Jones that he wants to talk about dealing with cancer and the possibility of his own death. Dr. Jones is aware of the APA policies on dual and multiple relationships and is conflicted by it. Should XXXXX XXXXX accept Eric Mech as a client or not? Support your answers with reasons. What are some options for Eric that can reduce the risk of dual relationship without denying him the psychological services that he needs? What can Dr. Jones do to avoid the dilemma of a current dual relationship?4-5 paragraphs tomorrow night
Subject: counseling theories
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