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If you walk (or storm) out of a therapy session

Posted by friesandcoke on July 19, 2009, at 11:16:47

If you walk or storm out of a therapy session with a T you have been in therapy with for a year, what expectations do you have of the therapist in making contact with you? I stormed out of a therapy session the last time I saw the "replacement" my retiring therapist had hand picked. The replacement was always talking about her crisis and very much in denial about it. When I stormed out, she never contacted me. I had stormed out of therapy a few times with my old T and she always got in touch. I finally contacted the "replacement" and told her i wouldn't be coming back and she said in her reply email "i didn't contact you because i was pretty sure you didn't want me to". is that valid? or is that a way of saying "i couldn't care less".




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