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Re: Therapists who terminate - a question judy1

Posted by Pfinstegg on November 22, 2003, at 17:26:24

In reply to Re: Therapists who terminate - a question Pfinstegg, posted by judy1 on November 22, 2003, at 13:02:33

Hi Judy.. I have to admit that I never completely healed from the sudden termination, and that it still is painful when I think of it. However, I rarely do think of it now (and - some years have passed!) That bad experience doesn't seem to have carried over to my relationship to my current therapist; he is so different in personality, and much warmer and more interactive, so with him I feel I have an island of safety, which I am trying to enlarge and intensify. Do you have fears you are carrying over from that experience? I think it was a thoughtless and horrible thing to do when you were having such a difficult time. At the very least, he could have waited until you felt more secure, and could have supported you through a switch to another therapist, if he felt that was in your best interest. It actually sounds like he didn't think at all.





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