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Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books

Posted by daisym on September 29, 2004, at 0:36:24

In reply to Re: Useful psychology and psychotherapy books Daisym, posted by ron1953 on September 28, 2004, at 23:31:08

How does the female/male dynamic work for you? I have a male therapist and we have been working together for 16 months. Given that we are working on depression and csa issues, typically the "mixed" set up is not recommended. It works for me. Of course, I think I have a pretty good therapist. He is completely invested in the relationship and I haven't seen much ego. He is willing to work with both the adult side and child sides that have emerged in therapy. It feels odd, but it seems to be working.

Does you therapist recommend books? We had a discussion today about my need to research topics. My therapist is a big fan of Kohut. I think I'll ask tomorrow about a book recommendation.

By the way...welcome to babble. I haven't seen you on the board before, are you new or returning from a break?




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