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Re: Skype, divans and analysts... vwoolf

Posted by wittgensteinz on September 26, 2010, at 8:47:47

In reply to Re: Skype, divans and analysts... wittgensteinz, posted by vwoolf on September 26, 2010, at 7:24:52

Thank you for the detailed answers. I find it all very interesting.

That you had met him before the therapy began in an informal context is rather nice I think - and something rare. Also that he has seen your home and been with you in a social context. I can imagine that trust would come more easily after this.

I live in a country where the native language isn't English, although most people here have a reasonable command of it. It was a concern in the beginning finding a good therapist who was at ease with working in English and who was fully open to understanding me including the subtle cultural differences between 'here' and where I grew up. Fortunately I found someone with whom I have a very good fit - in some ways there are quite a few similarities between us, which has really helped the therapy along.

It never crossed my mind to consider a long-distance solution via the Internet - but maybe I would if I ever end up relocating again or if I need to go away for a shorter period.





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