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Re: finding a new therapist, 'interviewing' them friesandcoke

Posted by fleeting flutterby on July 22, 2009, at 9:44:03

In reply to finding a new therapist, 'interviewing' them, posted by friesandcoke on July 21, 2009, at 22:12:53

I agree with what Dinah said-- it's what's important to YOU, that matters.

I saw a psychologist for a few years and looking back, I think I would have been more able to relax and have more healing experience if he hadn't been so "professional" looking. Always wore a pressed shirt, dress shoes and pants and a tie-- it was too "stiff" for me. And he was very stoic, I talked of horrific things and he-- no reaction at all. (after having denied any feelings for years, stuffing them down-- I'd hoped someone would help me to finally release them by showing it's OK to express emotions-- but it wasn't going to be this psychologist) I'd feel quite comfortable with the T. you just saw-- I could feel more at ease. ...... but..... you see... everyone is different.
It's what makes YOU feel OK with the situation -- that's what matters.

I think that psychologist I had seen, would perhaps be a good fit for you, from what you describe as to what you are looking for in a therapist-- too bad I couldn't send him over to you. LOL ;o)

wishing you luck in your search,




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