You shouldn't? Gift exchange with therapists is extremely difficult. I get my therapist a card sometimes. But really they can't accept anything of monetary value, and it really is awkward having to refuse a gift. I know, you want to show your appreciation, so just give them a card and write how much you appreciate them, or something like that. Buying a gift just puts therapists in a weird position.
I agree with this. Although your thoughts are kind and generous thinking on a gift, your therapist most likely won't be able to accept anything that you get for him. It crosses the patient-helper line, unfortunately. Expressing your thanks verbally or in a card may be a lot better.
I'm with Ty - you shouldn't get your therapist anything - that just crosses the line between patient and therapist and makes the relationship personal, which is a huge no-no
You want to learn ethics in therapy take a class. Or I can recommend the book we used. I'm not going to explain what took several years to learn in one paragraph.
a gift card to the mall or his favorite place would be an excellent gift.
a portrait, a necklace, a card, a thank-you note, dinner, ect.
simply put it's what dictates right from wrong.
How bout a coffee cup with #1 therapist on it
ethics and all that, it's complicated...
They can't accept necklaces or dinner...
ahaahaha thats an awsommemeee idea
whats right and wrong?
what are ethics?
oh. idk that.