According to the authors, a good trainer should teach scientific stringency and yet elicit creativity, doubts, questions and the sense of limit. First and foremost, a trainer must instill ethical awareness to prevent and/or forecast where "ethical” abuses might be made in a clinical setting in the name of ethics. Further to this, a trainer must instill responsibility and professional skills within the framework of the new psychopathology and intervention constraints as well as building a well-ground professional identity within the multi-faceted tools and settings. The challenge is training multi-skilled psychotherapists who can match professional skills with ethical awareness and plunge, without sinking, into the tough realm of hypercomplexity where we all currently work.
Keywords: Ethical training in psychotherapy, theoretical stringency and creative space, new illnesses, prejudices, awareness, responsibility.