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In this ICP+P Roundtable, as an African-American Black male therapist, Marvin Evans, will share his thoughts and experiences on the topic based on his perspective as someone trained in the Eurocentric models of psychotherapy, while negotiating models of efficacy drawn from theory as well as cultural ethos.
Dr. Nagel will explore how the allure of celebrity in music may provide fertile ground for sexual, erotic, and romantic boundary crossings in the teacher and student dyad. The same dynamic may occur in other dyads in which there is a power differential, such as therapist and patient or supervisor and supervisee. The psychological and institutional fallout from such boundary crossings is powerful, shameful, and harmful to everyone involved.