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Re: bad shrinks

Posted by ace on July 26, 2005, at 23:01:15 [reposted on July 28, 2005, at 18:14:06 | original URL]

In reply to Re: bad shrinks ?ace, posted by fairywings on July 26, 2005, at 20:01:38

> > I intend to be one of these shrinks....
> >
> > Ace
> Hi Ace,
> I think mine would fall into that 10%.
> So, are you in school to become a psychiatrist? I wish you well, it can't be an easy job.
> fairywings

Sure am. At the moment I am doing neuroanatomy which is a REAL hard course...I am also doing a bunch of other studies...I have 4 years before I can specialise.

A lot of shrinks seem uncaring because they keep a clear line between patient and doctor. That's why some appear they don't care. They do this to protect themselves from vicarious trauma. I disagree with this. I wish to full empathise with my patient, and be as warm as possible with him/her. Ofcourse my behaviour will be within the ethics of medical practice but, I will always be very warm, caring, and empathising. I know what hell the patients go through.






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