Although often denied, people working in organisations, trainees and clients in counselling or psychotherapy, frequently fall victim to their managers, counsellors, trainers or psychotherapists. Despite ethical codes and ethical rules, personal space is invaded and different kinds of abuse occurs more frequently than is officially known. The same is true for managers, counsellors, trainers or psychotherapists who fall victim to clients, mainly by violent psychological or physical attacks.
How can we prevent discounting, abuse and violation?
In this workshop I will offer a framework for discussing the impact of abuse both for victims and offenders.