Boundary violations and boundary crossings occurs when a therapist deviates his or her action from stiff risk management etiquettes, traditional, or strict office forms of therapy. Boundary violations thus occur when medical professional breaches the rules of professional conduct integrity and line of decency and exploit or defraud his or her clients (Remley & Herlihy, 2010). It simply means a profession going out of his or her professional role. Boundary variation is potential harmful when it is barred or controlled at the beginning as it involves exploitation of therapist patient relationship (Gutheil & Gabbard, 2005). Boundary violation by a therapist happens when a professional is unable to distinguish between his or her needs and that of the client. Most of the time the reported cases are said to have began small but with time they graduate slowly to big enough to warrant criminal charges, or licensure or loss of employment. Examples of these boundary violations by patients are attempting to socialize, overly affectionate, asking personal questions, and verbally abusive (Gutheil & Gabbard, 2005).