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Re: To ask or not to ask

Posted by pegasus on July 31, 2006, at 9:54:30

In reply to To ask or not to ask, posted by fallsfall on July 30, 2006, at 21:10:14

I've had other people pop in quickly at the beginning of a session before. My husband did it with my current T. My mom did it once. My T was delighted to meet them, and I was glad to have them meet each other. And it led to some interesting discussions in the session. The biggest problem was my mom's nervousness. She was sure she was getting blamed for all of my problems, and that my therapist would hate her.

I'd say go for it. It's extra nice for you to warn him. You know him better than we do, and I'm sure you have a better sense for whether he'd need that. But I bet it won't be the first time a client brings someone for him to meet.





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