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Re: Sharing Your Therapist

Posted by Miss Honeychurch on November 22, 2003, at 9:46:56

In reply to Re: Sharing Your Therapist, posted by karen_kay on November 21, 2003, at 16:20:32

I referred a very good friend of mine several months ago to my therapist and she says that he has literally saved her life. I've even bumped into her in the waiting room and it's no problem.

The best part is getting together occasionally and comparing notes. Not about therapy, but more about him (lack of ANY fashion sense, personality quirks, etc.) We always end up laughing hysterically. I hope his ears don't burn.

I know how wonderful he has been for me and have no qualms referring him to others. Even though I'm in love with him, I have no problem sharing him with others. He thanked me for the referral and when I brought up the fact that maybe he felt uncomfortable that my referee and I were friends, he said it would actually probably be therapeutic in itself to talk to eachother about therapy and what we are getting out of him.




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