He has been published in a text on social psychology and regularly presents research at regional psychology conferences.
Dating has many positive benefits for teens, even if they easily get carried away with romantic feelings.
Boundaries in Supervision Recently, I consulted on two very different ethics cases involving ambiguous boundaries between social work supervisors and their supervisees.
In one case, a social worker in an employee assistance program supervised a recent MSW graduate who had just moved to town. The supervisor and her husband occasionally invited the supervisee to their home for dinner.
Through dating, teens gain essential tools in navigating the world and are better able to develop meaningful intimate relationships as adults.
Supervisors exercise some form of authority over supervisees, and this imbalance of power can lead to exploitation or harm if supervisors do not handle it properly.
Grey has a Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University of Central Arkansas.
He is also pursuing a Ph D and has a love for psychology, comic books and social justice.
Dating gives teens important practice in managing intimate relationships.
This practice is an essential skill, which they will hone throughout their adult lives.