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Re: Using symbolism during sessions long annierose

Posted by Daisym on July 11, 2009, at 18:20:24

In reply to Re: Using symbolism during sessions long, posted by annierose on July 10, 2009, at 21:12:57

It's funny - I think I want to talk about this in group but I'm worried I'll end up having to defend my therapist - sometimes the group gets funny about him being a guy and his willingness to be available during sessions. I'm working on just letting it be what I need it to be and never-mind what anyone else thinks. It is hard though.

I guess we all use symbolism if we consider that words often have more than one meaning. Annie Rogers writes about this a lot.

Thanks for the support.




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