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Re: And perhaps the harder issue is Tamar

Posted by orchid on June 22, 2006, at 19:30:00

In reply to Re: And perhaps the harder issue is orchid, posted by Tamar on June 22, 2006, at 18:17:25

I understand the reluctance to seek out a new T as of yet. No doubt it is a very hard (if not impossible) decision.

But just keep that in mind, and maybe you might be able to save yourself from hurting about his lack of insight in the future. Just remember it is his limitation, and doesn't say anything about you.

As long as you are aware of it, and accept it, I think you still might be able to do atleast partially effective therapy with him with whatever capabilities he possesses. Maybe just even don't talk to him this transferential stuff for sometime, till he eases a little bit, and slowly you might be able to guide him into working with you through it after both of you establish a comfortable relationship. For now, probably just skip the transference portion for some sessions, and use his capabilities where he is at his best.




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