Dual Relationships in
Part 6 describes some unique boundary issues that pertain to work in university counseling centers where the protagonists often have to juggle and integrate several different roles and functions. Chapter 23 introduces us to some of the complexities in this community as Harris discusses a provocative case that called for an appreciation of sensitive dualities and creative boundary crossings. In chapter 24, Hyman examines the vicissitudes of chance meetings with clients on and off the college campus, and he makes an interesting case against a restrictive one-size-fits-all type of reasoning or response pattern when dealing with extratherapeutic encounters. Finally, in chapter 25, Iosupovici and Luke offer a tour de force, a poignant and erudite account that examines broad, fundamental, and critical components of dual relationships in student counseling centers.