[Avodah] Who Does Halacha View as the therapists concern?
Rich, Joel via Avodah
avodah at lists.aishdas.org
Thu Aug 6 17:28:27 PDT 2015
Apparently, In the U.S., the therapist's duties are owed to the client, subject to statutory obligations such as the mandatory-reporting requirement. There is no exception for the therapist's religious custom or belief, unless, in limited circumstances, the client consents to it.
Question-from a torah point of view should it make a difference who shows up at the therapist's (or Rabbi's)door (for any therapy or advice)? How does Halacha balance the needs of the individual, the family, the community, Jewish society and/or society in general?
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