Joel Friedman



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Dear Isaac a Father's Legac...

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Betrayal of Trust: Sex and ...

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A Proof of Alon's Second Ei...

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Expanding Graphs: Proceedin...

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Sexual Harassment: What It ...

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Betrayal of Trust

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Deadbeat Dads: A National C...

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Date Rape: The Secret Epide...

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“Sexual exploitation within professional relationships sometimes has been referred to as "professional incest." (...) the consequences to victims are remarkably similar to the effects observed in incest survivors. Women who are abused by someone whom they know and trust demonstrate distinct symptoms which usually are not present in victims of violence who did not know the offenders. They usually view their own participation as voluntary and therefore are likely to experience feelings of shame and guilt about having consented to the sexual conduct. They may feel anger at the perpetrator, but the anger is also turned inward to themselves, often leading to self-doubt and depression. As a result, they frequently demonstrate severely lowered self-esteem, social isolation, and sometimes self-destructive behavior, including suicide.”
Joel Friedman, Betrayal of Trust: Sex and Power in Professional Relationships

“When a child's needs are not met (because they conflict with those of its caretakers), the child's boundaries become defined by the needs of others, limiting the development of the sense of "self." The child does not learn to experience its own needs; it experiences only the needs of others. This blurs the boundaries between the child and others, ultimately preventing the child from differentiating its own needs from those of others.”
Joel Friedman, Betrayal of Trust: Sex and Power in Professional Relationships

“According to Freud, these feelings (which he called "transference love") are generated by the therapeutic process itself; they are not the same as love experienced outside the therapy and they have little to do with the particular attributes of the therapist per se. Instead it is a process in which the therapist purposefully induces trust and intimacy in order to (1) analyze the patient's response and (2) use the relationship to influence the patient's response to treatment. Transference, used properly, is a constructive tool in psychotherapy, allowing the therapist to understand where and how particular conflicts developed and how they continue to affect the patient in her adult life. When the transference is understood by the patient as well, it can contribute significantly to the healing process.”
Joel Friedman, Betrayal of Trust: Sex and Power in Professional Relationships



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