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Re: Ideal Therapist alexandra_k

Posted by Partlycloudy on September 2, 2013, at 10:14:18

In reply to Ideal Therapist, posted by alexandra_k on August 31, 2013, at 21:52:00

I think I am too messed right now to fully answer the question except in the capacity at hand, but here goes:

Ideal Therapist will be in contact during a crisis, through whatever method you have worked out beforehand (have a plan worked out early in the process). I would hope them to take whatever side is appropriate in any given situation , but be objective and remark as such. Therapist would have tissue boxes placed all around the room. The Therapist would be candid but not fully disclose any information that isn't germane to the process.

The Ideal Therapist would be in regular contact with my psychiatrist, whom I see at much less frequent intervals. She would feel free to suggest a biological solution rather than a therapeutic one.

The Ideal Therapist's ultimate goal would be the same as mine: to come to eventual conclusion and successful termination.




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