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Re: Feeling dependent on therapist

Posted by waterlily on May 21, 2002, at 16:31:41

In reply to Feeling dependent on therapist, posted by bookgurl99 on May 20, 2002, at 11:53:40

I think it's completely normal to seek the help of a trained professional when you're going through a tough time. After all, they can help pull you out of a difficult time quicker than friends or family members. Heck, sometimes only one sentence from my therapist is all it takes to get me turned around. I still worry, like you, that I'm dependant. I just discovered that my insurance will not pay for any sessions beyond 20 in a calendar year, even if you have a medically based diagnosis. That leaves me with eight more in the next seven months and I'm bummed about it. Paying out of pocket adds up really fast at $115 per session.




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