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Re: Therapist first name basis dragonfly25

Posted by Karen_kay on January 11, 2004, at 23:55:14

In reply to Re: Therapist first name basis Karen_kay, posted by dragonfly25 on January 11, 2004, at 23:14:15

I've never called an MD by his/her first name. But, I just couldn't imagine calling my therapist Dr.... I honestly think if I interviewed a therapist and s/he said, "You can call me Dr. Spock" and wouldn't allow me to call him/her by his/her first name I would not seek treatment with him/her. Some boundaries have to be flexible. Others must not be. This one I think should be depending upon the client.

I'm sorry you had a poor experience with a doctor. That's always bad.




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