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Although the study did not collect sufficient comparative data to enable an indepth analysis of this particular issue, some participants described postive experiences associated with family counselling counselling. While some participants described postive interactions with family consultants, some described their disappointment and concern at the short duration of their interactions which formed the basis for the recommendations in the family report. Some described their distress when reunited with an alleged perpetrator during the family report session, or that they faced repercussions from the parent upon the release of the report regarding what they had said to the consultant. Some participants also reported difficult or uncomfortable interactions, whether that be because of the setting or the lack of rapport with the family consultant.
Rachel Carson