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Re: Wrong therapy for depression? tabitha

Posted by Angela2 on May 22, 2004, at 16:53:06

In reply to Wrong therapy for depression?, posted by tabitha on May 22, 2004, at 12:35:47

I don't think that going over past events and situations helps. My current doctor analyzes things I've said and puts forth weird theories about them like she's Freud. But when I went to counseling at my college, the therapist used an approach which I think is called humanistic, where we would start off by me telling her what was going on in my life at that current point and she wouldn't bring up anything from the past or past sessions. I really liked that because psychoanalysis just didn't sit well with me because it made me depressed.
I hope things work out for you and I hope you find a treatment, even if its just researching alternative treatments like how you found that article, that works for you.





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