My sufferer was re-abused by his therapist. He took it to court and lost, I'm assuming because there wasn't enough evidence. He is now refusing to go back to therapy with someone new. He's lost all trust in the medical community (and those overseeing it) or any form of help that requires him to disclose his childhood abuse. I've had a strict "no therapy, no relationship" policy, but in this case, I can't say I don't understand his unwillingness to give therapy the necessary second shot. I'm now watching him spiral out of control, his PTSD untreated and possibly even worsened by re-abuse. What do I do? I can't make him go back. I've tried (by alluding to my treatment boundary) and he flat out says he will never again be forced to do anything he doesn't want to do (trauma speaking), including getting treated because I say he must. He's been trying to "rough" it on his own, thinking he's got this. But he doesn't. Nobody's got this kind of stuff on their own. I have so much empathy for his situation, I want to be there for him. But I'm only watching him fall apart at this point.