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Heheheh, wouldja believe I got an opinion?

Posted by Racer on August 6, 2005, at 12:54:01

In reply to Re: Lott: How informed should the client be?, posted by deborah anne lott on August 5, 2005, at 21:10:00

Another thing to keep in mind is that there are a lot of people out there who don't *want* to know anything about the process of therapy. They're not the sort of people who come here, but some do show up in the therapist's office, do work on whatever issues brought them there, but don't want to see behind the curtain.

Same way there are people who go to the doctor's office, get the prescription for antidepressants, and take them. They don't want any more information than "take one pill with food."

They wouldn't be here, since they probably wouldn't have much to say about therapy, no matter how much they had to say in therapy.

Just another thought...




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