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The real question to be answered is how will engaging in that relationship impact the emotional health of the client?Clients can easily be romantically attracted to staff who show them respect, kindness and dignity.So, it would depend on the nature of the relationship to begin with (Key worker) and how long ago the youth left care. Just remember, that client at the time was a child when the two met, that child saw all the staff in a different perspective as an adult meeting another adult or co-workers as in the last debate. We are there to help, protect and be the advocates for the kids that they so badly need, not to confuse them more or take advantage of vulnerable youth. Hi Nick, I am a student at Mount Royal University in the child and youth care counselling program, and I can remember we had a conversation regarding this subject in one of my classes.There might be some disappointment or expectation on the part of the youngster. My professors were saying you cannot enter a romantic relationship before 7 years have passed.

After two years they can engage in an intimate relationship. I’m on the anti-dating side, but it isn’t me dating nor do I own a care giving company. The bigger debate would be if you were the parent of the child turned adult would you be happy about the relationship? From: Nathalia Horvath [email protected] not. It is not ok for any kind of relationship to start, other than being a mentor or a support which would usually have to be approved by agency, caseworkers etc...

Dating the adult youth once they become of age is a violation of this trust. their relational awareness, expectations, emotional stability)? Second, what is the impact on the other young people in care?

If there is now interest in dating then it becomes a question if personal and professional boundaries were adhered to when youth was in care? For example, does this create expectations (realistic or unrealistic) or unnecessary confusion for them?

Professionally and morally I feel it is akin to a step dad/mum having a relationship with one of their partners children after a break up.

I know this may sound dramatic but we are fulfilling the same function in this young person’s life and what message would we be sending to them and placing agencies if we agreed to five years down the line this going ahead?

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