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What Does your Therapist Play for Muzak?

Posted by Susan47 on March 30, 2005, at 12:25:14 [reposted on March 30, 2005, at 13:04:13 | original URL]

My new T doesn't have anything, her office is above the entrance area, you buzz up. But you can hear through the doors, she shares the building with other prof types, they must get a lovely earful at times, their doors are open .. it's a heritage house or something, so the doors are old wooden with the big gap at the bottom, wow oh wow the stuff I've told her about desire and stuff ... and that's just me, not all her other clients who probably cry and raise their voices, maybe leave in a huff sometimes .. it must be interesting to share quarters with her.
My old T, he used to play radio with classical music .. I think that's strange, because even though a lot of people filter music in and out of consciousness and it's nothing to them, for people like me, it's hugely mood-exacerbating material, no matter what the format, music is mind, and it just seems to me, that deliberately causing mood changes in your clients is a bit, well, irresponsible .. or is it done to expedite therapy? Do you think some therapists actually engage in that sort of behaviour?




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