Section 4, Therapeutic and Rehabilitative Issues, is largely clinical. The chapter by Janet Wolberg and associates, "Sexual Misconduct and the Victim/Survivor: A Look From the Inside Out," is passionate, disturbing, and a must-read. The authors state that "with few exceptions… the voices of acknowledged victim/survivors of sexual misconduct and exploitation have been largely missing." Glen Gabbard, arguing against oversimplification of this complex, multifaceted subject, says, "A more sensible and eminently more practical approach to the problem is to assume that we are all vulnerable to various boundary transgressions and take appropriate measures to prevent acting on strong feelings toward patients." His psychodynamic treatment suggestions and plan for rehabilitation are superb.