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Re: Need a Second Opinion (Big Trigger+ Long)

Posted by mair on February 8, 2008, at 7:36:09

In reply to Re: Need a Second Opinion (Big Trigger+ Long) mair, posted by AbbieNormal on February 7, 2008, at 18:30:41

Thank you Abbie

" And.....I'd have to agree with her supervisor. I think your T needed to wait for you to bring it up. Your pdoc's personal life, no matter if it becomes public, is still really her personal life. And her personal life is off limits as far as the T bringing it into sessions, imo."

My T said as much too - that even if she had all this in mind when she first saw me, she may not have said anything out of a respect for my pdoc's privacy. I'm ok with that. It's just in this case, it was very public and I hated the way I actually did hear.

>" My heart aches for your pdoc. It must be particularly difficult for someone in the business to lose someone this way."

I totally agree. My pdoc, unlike my T, is a very very nonrevealing person. When I first heard this (and still now) I was furious with her Husband for doing this to her and to their children. I have a very hard time imagining how she will feel when she goes back to seeing patients, particularly those she also sees for therapy.





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