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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by kalisphoenix, Jan 31, 2007.
Psychologist makes patient wear dog collar
Oh dear. Normally with a story like this I would just say "And?", but given the context of Doctor/Patient I don't believe this comes under the realm of consenting adults. However, you do have to always remember that the press love a good sex story. I'll wait and see on this one.
Not acceptable. I don't care whether the guy actually hit the woman or not - such treatment is inherently degrading, whatever the intended result is.
Not to mention that I very much doubt whether such "treatment" would really have the intended effect. I think it's pretty much just another case of an insane psychologist using the excuse of "legitimate treatment" to justify their own perversion.
As a student psychologist (and someone who can enjoy a dog collar in the right time and place) I must say I'm rather intruiged, but what he was doing certainly wouldn't be acceptable to the British Psychological Society or I should imagine the Australian equivalent