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Re: Therapist Orientation? CBT or psychodynamic? Emmylou

Posted by Medusa on January 10, 2004, at 7:25:29

In reply to Re: Therapist Orientation? CBT or psychodynamic?, posted by Emmylou on January 8, 2004, at 11:52:35

> I don't truly understand why I have these negative thoughts to begin with. I do have ideas, and I want to explore them, and I believe that "analysis" is the way for me personally. I believe it's an avenue for self-exploration, and that the more one understands himself, the better the prospects for lasting change.
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Emmylou, if you happen to get to the point where you feel that analysis has gotten you as far as it can, think about a short-term 'family systems' theory -based therapy. I know I sound like a broken record, practically evangelizing for this approach, but I've had really good results with it so far. It's hard as h@ll though ...


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