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Re: Therapist's Freudian?? Slip

Posted by Rigby on September 24, 2005, at 9:57:18

In reply to Re: Therapist's Freudian?? Slip Rigby, posted by gardenergirl on September 23, 2005, at 23:28:32

Hi GG,

Thanks for the response. I think it's really good advise--just focus on whether or not I'm getting good therapy which I think I am. I know she's struggled around some stuff with me but that's okay--I do think she's very aware of making sure she doesn't get in the way of helping me.

I did have a pretty good laugh about it--with my boyfriend--so maybe like you say--try and keep it light if it's not getting in the way.

Thanks again!

> Hi Rigby! Nice to see you posting.
> I can see why that would be an interesting thing to happen. And a bit odd since you know she did it.
> You know, sometimes I say my brother's name instead of my hubby's. They both start with the same initial. I tell myself it's just a brain f*rt and means nothing. But I also feel weird when it bothers me because I wonder if it's Freudian, too.
> So---it may be just a brain f*rt on your T's part. Or it may be a sign of her identifying with you. As long as you feel that you still have good boundaries and that she is effective, I wouldn't worry about it, except to maybe giggle about it.
> gg




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