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Re: Ideal Patient

Posted by Dinah on September 5, 2013, at 21:19:01

In reply to Ideal Patient, posted by alexandra_k on September 4, 2013, at 23:01:02

I remember we were talking about a therapist blog once where the ideal patient was more or less described as someone who doesn't need therapy at all. Heaven forbid they have issues.

I figure an ideal client is one who pays, shows up, behaves with respect towards the therapist, and is willing to work. And probably doesn't require much unreimbursed time.

But that ideal therapist knows that "willing to work" doesn't necessarily look the same in every client.

(I was never an ideal patient.)




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