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possible neg. of babble on the ther. relationhip

Posted by SatinDoll on November 7, 2006, at 14:16:58

I am just wondering something, I don't know how this came into my head, I should be thinking about and doing so many other things at the moment.

I know we have talked about the positives of babble on the therapy relationship but I wonder if it causes some negatives too.

What I am thinking is maybe since us babblers are so much more informed than a lot of clients, I wonder if the knowlege we have can be used as a resistance as well against our T's.

Like we know a lot about boundry issues and know there are many differences. But I wonder if we knew less about all the technicals like transference, boundries, ethics, and differant therapy models, it would make therapy more effective.
It is almost like we have an inside advantage,which probably works against our T's in a waY. I am wondering even if all the psych classes I am taking is in a way hinding my progress.I just wonder if I knew less about the therapy process, if I would concentrate on the therapy in the room and not on the outside stuff. I am just pondering this, don' t know anything really, my mind had been so mixed up lately. But do any of you think this?
Again I don't plan on stop babbling, and i know the positives of Babble, but I wonder if it does come at a price also.




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