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A comment on if a therapist;s discomfort

Posted by Fallen4myT on March 6, 2004, at 0:21:28

In reply to Re: thanks for the heads up, gg, posted by Apperceptor on March 5, 2004, at 21:11:25

I thought about someones post as well as my therapist's remarks on it. I as well as he, and his many years of experience, feel that it is OK to ask and say anything in therapy. It is the JOB of your therapist to **deal with their own discomfort** IF any, and or seek the help of someone else(supervisor etc) to help them deal with it. It is NOT your job to save your T from discomfort. That is JUST OFF IMO. SO ASK AWAY if you want a picture and you may or may not get it but you WILL get the help of your T in underatanding why you want and need one and it can open up many areas for both of you. These are experienced professionals and they will DEAL with discomfort. Please don't THINK it YOUR job to save your T from discomfort as it IS NOT. AND THAT IS FROM A MAN WHO HAS OVER 15 YEARS AS A PSYCHOLOGIST




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