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Re: Didn't learn it in school

Posted by Susan47 on April 17, 2005, at 12:42:55

In reply to Didn't learn it in school, posted by gardenergirl on April 17, 2005, at 2:34:25

I must have learned more from this Board, or these Boards, than I ever realized.
But after all these months and all this time spent reading and feeling what so many others experience in therapy, and why ... there absolutely SHOULD be something in training that gives therapists the extra edge of understanding how important they become, no matter who their client is ... and gives therapists the ability to function within that arena without feeling threatened .. and understanding more about their countertransferences .. that's huge. Huge. Bigger than I think the profession, or industry if you'd like .. is willing to admit .. or explore in depth. OR perhaps it's just so big an issue, so huge, that you can't see the forest for the trees ... therapists should almost be mandated to have to be in therapy themselves, or monitored by other therapists.. hey, that would be a good thing, growth for the industry.




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