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Eric D. Morse

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Guy Little and Chris Harwood

This article discusses issues surrounding the potential violation of sexual boundaries in sport psychology consultancy and critically evaluates the current state of knowledge in the field. Limited discussion and research relating to this ethical issue exists within sport psychology; the discussion that has occurred has mainly focused on erotic transference and countertransference (Andersen, 2005). Research and knowledge from clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and psychotherapy proffers ideas for discussion and research into the factors that precipitate sexual boundary violations. The relevance of the controversial practice of touch as a therapeutic tool and a stimulus for sexual boundary violations is considered, alongside implications for the training of neophyte practitioners through role-playing, peer support, and supervision.

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Artur Poczwardowski, Clay P. Sherman, and Keith P. Henschen

This article outlines 11 factors that a consultant may consider when planning, implementing, and evaluating psychological services. These factors are professional boundaries; professional philosophy; making contact; assessment; conceptualizing athletes’ concerns and potential interventions; range, types, and organization of service; program implementation; managing the self as an intervention instrument; program and consultant evaluation; conclusions and implications; and leaving the setting. All 11 factors represent important considerations for applied sport psychology professionals. Although consultants each have their own unique style and approach, these 11 factors are prerequisite considerations that form the foundation of a consultant’s effective practice. These guidelines may provide direction for a practitioner’s professional development, and as such, need time and commitment to be realized.

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David Price, Christopher R.D. Wagstaff, and Richard C. Thelwell

conducted, an initial intake took place which enabled me to outline a range of ethical and professional boundaries (e.g., confidentiality, competence, referral, working online), my professional philosophy and manage the expectations of both Alfie and his father regarding the provision of sport psychology

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Tanya R. Prewitt-White

victims but also the warning behaviors of perpetrators ( Noble & Vermillion, 2014 ). Unquestionably, athletic administrators play a key role in ensuring the training, monitoring and supervision of coaches; thus, by assisting coaches in maintaining appropriate professional boundaries, athletic

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Stephen Harvey and Jeffrey P. Carpenter

define their personal and professional boundaries. These boundaries may be blurred by activities such as teacherpreneurship and making money from social media engagement through sites such as TeachersPayTeachers.com ( Shelton & Archambault, 2018 ). Some educators may start social media use in order to

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Courtney W. Hess and Barbara B. Meyer

functioning of the PMT, or lack thereof, on their individual lived experiences. The higher order theme of team functioning consisted of communication, trust, goal setting, role clarity, and professional boundaries. Similar to the previous higher order themes, the theme valence was dissimilar across the 2

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Emily J. Sleeman and Noora J. Ronkainen

in the women’s game is, however, unlikely to occur without its problems. As Taylor and Garratt ( 2012 ) attested, each occupation has its own nuanced history of educational culture, which serves to establish new professional boundaries and philosophies of practice. Although several researchers have

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Amanda Ebert and Donna L. Goodwin

became muddled. It was not always easy for the participants to negotiate a key engagement question, “Where are the boundaries in this relational space?” The professionals recognized and desired respectful relationships of trust and interdependence, but were not always sure how to establish professional

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Danielle C. DeLisio, E. Earlynn Lauer, Terilyn C. Shigeno, Leslee A. Fisher, and Rebecca A. Zakrajsek

interested in crossing that professional boundary. Although I was looking at the head coach, I was still thinking about how I could respond to Luke. Men have asked for my number in the past; however, I have never been asked while in a professional setting. In a personal setting, my usual answer to this