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Sometimes LGB clients develop intense sexual feelings for atherapist. These feelings may present as sexual images in dreams ordaytime thoughts, or as a preoccupation with the therapist. Exploringthe meanings of these feelings in expressive therapies can lead totreatment gains. In supportive therapies, boundary setting andreassurances that sex will not take place between therapist and clientis useful. Therapists may need supervision in these situations,especially if a therapist is personally upset or offended by apatient's sexual desires or feelings.
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Students who experience these feelings may seek help from a school counselor to sort through their questioning. It is at this time that the affirmative school counselor needs to be non-judgmental and able to provide accurate information regarding the issue of sexual identity. They need to be comfortable telling students that having sexual attraction to those of the same gender does not necessarily mean they are gay, lesbian, or bisexual. To fail to provide this information could increase the levels of questioning and confusion and extend a period of discomfort for the student.
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TheGLB client may wish to believe that a therapist with experience ingay/lesbian issues will spontaneously understand their specific lifeexperiences, without the usual history taking and relating of lifestories with all their inherent contradictions. This assumption maylimit the therapist's deeper understanding of the client and his or herconflicts. Alternatively, a GLB client may defensively assume that atherapist who is perceived as not knowledgeable about GLB issuescouldn't possibly understand him or her.