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Re: Should a therapist keep a personal blog?

Posted by indigogal on November 14, 2006, at 15:21:34

In reply to Re: Should a therapist keep a personal blog? » indigogal, posted by Dinah on October 30, 2006, at 12:57:56

Update: So... As I mentioned, my T now has a new password-protected blog (since our conversation). The reason it is a new blog is that the blog site she previously used does not have a password-protect option. Anyway, she still has the OLD blog up there (not password protected). I feel like I'm getting mixed messages from her in terms of the responsibility she's taking, or not taking re: the situation. It also makes me feel like she only wants to keep ME from reading her blog, as opposed to any of her other clients (since she knows I already read the old one, which is still up there). I want to bring it up, but she has already told me that she's not taking any responsibility for what happened and that she only wants to discuss the reasons for MY behavior. I feel like it's affecting my trust and our alliance though, b/c I feel like she's being inconsistent. Does anyone have any thoughts about this?




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