As a behavioral health provider, you may find yourself in situations where you or the people you work with may blur the therapeutic boundary by engaging in some form of a dual relationship. In some cases, this “crossing of the boundary” may strengthen the therapeutic relationship and enhance treatment effectiveness. However, some forms of dual relationships pose serious risks, as they can harm those individuals you aim to help. For this reason, it is crucial that clinicians are aware of the potential risks and develop strategies to mitigate those risks. This course focuses on exploring the concept of dual relationships, a form of boundary crossing. You will learn about the ethical role of the professional, the difference between helpful and harmful dual relationships, and how to avoid or manage potentially problematic situations. As you master these skills, you will become more effective in maintaining an appropriate relationship between you and the individuals you serve. This course, which includes clinical case examples and interactive exercises to reinforce your learning, is appropriate as a review for intermediate and advanced level behavioral health providers, including psychologists, counselors, therapists, social workers, nurses, and professionals treating substance use disorders.