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Re: What kind of chair .... Dinah

Posted by mair on March 16, 2008, at 21:47:06

In reply to Re: What kind of chair .... Lonely, posted by Dinah on March 14, 2008, at 1:59:29

I don't think I'd care for therapy in a home office either.

I had a pdoc years ago who regularly maintained an office at a university - but I had to go to his house once for therapy when he was recovering from some surgery. It just felt too strange.

I don't mind having my back to the door but i do have to be in whatever chair is closest to the door. I don't like having my T be between me and the door.

She has a loveseat and a couple of not-overly-stuffed arm chairs. I think many of her patients sit on the loveseat, but it looks to me like it sits too low and it has a coffee table in front of it which looks hard to slip around.

I always seem to need an exit strategy and it doesn't involve sitting on a couch which I couldn't get off of gracefully and quickly.

mair


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