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Re: Unethical Ts and qualifications » toojane

Posted by Daisym on October 31, 2006, at 0:14:21

In reply to Re: Unethical Ts and qualifications » caraher, posted by toojane on October 30, 2006, at 21:05:08

Perhaps we need to think about how inexperience mixes in here. I'm not sure I believe most, or even many, therapists are callous and uncaring. I think their training actually sets them up to see pathology instead of pain and in an effort to be "professional" they lose their ability to individualize treatment. The flip side is therapists who have lost their compassion. They suffer from burn out and are jaded, expecting the worst out of people. Everything they do becomes about cya and no risks are taken. They really don't like what they do anymore so their ability to care is diminished. And not caring is very damaging to fragile clients.

I totally agree with everyone else who believes that the degree or license have little to do with the skill of the therapist.




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