This article proposes that several guidelines can be helpful in engaging and managing boundaries when interviewing couples. Also, preliminary strategies can be matched effectively with the presenting configuration as couples come to marital therapy. There are a variety of contexts, and several of them represent some challenges and difficulties to ensure that therapy gets off to a good start, and proceeds more smoothly past potential boundary traps. Contracting with full consent about the distinction between privacy and secrecy is pivotal in establishing a framework for successful treatment.
THE PRESENTING CONTEXT FOR COUPLE TREATMENT: SOME GUIDELINES FOR ENGAGEMENT AND BOUNDARY MANAGEMENT
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