chapter  Eight
Serving two masters: A patient, a therapist, and an allegation of sexual abuse
ByLeslie Ironside
Pages 25

In this chapter, Leslie Ironside analyses a painful situation with which therapists are having to deal; when an abused child anticipates abuse in the therapy or distorts what is happening because he or she views all events through the prism of traumatic knowledge. Without polarizing or blaming, Leslie Ironside uses his training and experience to trace compassionately how such situations can arise.