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Re: Therapist says she can't help me

Posted by pegasus on September 17, 2010, at 10:05:03

In reply to Re: Therapist says she can't help me, posted by Jacintha on September 17, 2010, at 3:50:42

Wow, I've never heard anyone mention particular skills or attributes that a person would need to have in order to benefit from therapy. Now you have me very curious about what exactly your T thinks you need to be able to do that you can't do, in order to be an acceptable therapy candidate.

My guess it that there may be some therapist out there that could/would help you, but that perhaps this particular therapist cannot. I would tend to think that if a therapist does not think they can help you, then they probably won't be very helpful to you.

I know it may not be possible or wise, but if you would like to share more details about why this is the only T available to you, and what the x,y,z that she thinks you need to be able to do are, we might be able to offer more appropriate suggestions and/or support.

I'm so sorry that you are in this place. It sounds extremely discouraging.

- P




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