Dating client ethical
One hopes that she can heal herself more in order to be able to truly help others in the future, and not take advantage of a client's vulnerability.
My husband took a long time to heal from the effects of what happened to him.
Other people coming to that situation could be totally misled by such a destructive therapist/client relationship.
When the therapist shows no boundaries, ethics or compassion, such a relationship cannot help the client find healing. author of this article wishes to remain anonymous in order to protect the client, therapist and the essence of the healing discipline spoken of herein.
Obviously he has needed to take responsibility for what he did, and understand why, but why did someone who was in a position of trust, caring for a very vulnerable client who only wanted to come closer to his wife and family, do what she did?
This concerned the unseen entities which had attached themselves to his body and auric field at a time when he was very vulnerable. These entities, described on several occasions by Rudolf Steiner during his lifetime, attach themselves to people who are in a depressed and vulnerable situation. They cause a further deterioration in the person's ability to think rationally, to act with truth and compassion and to connect with God within themselves and to ask for help. In fact, the whole purpose of these malevolent entities is to disrupt the progress of human evolution. The wounded healers of this world frequently attract the most wounded of patients to them, and end up wounding those patients even more. Many people who have become therapists do so, because they genuinely want to help others; many come to train in a particular therapy because they have worked through healing themselves and feel they are in a position to help others.