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Re: Emotions of the therapist Morgen

Posted by judy1 on July 23, 2003, at 18:06:40

In reply to Re: Emotions of the therapist Penny, posted by Morgen on July 23, 2003, at 16:25:38

Hi Morgen,
just so you don't feel alone, this is from the book "In Session"
"Lara asks herself this question time and time again. She wonders if the very nature of the therapeutic relationship is not a set-up inducing her to fall in love and then ensuring that her love can never be satisfied."
This is in essence the 'golden fantasy', the key of course is for the therapist to take the positive transference and use it so that the client wants to succeed in therapy and not fail her/his therapist. I hope you did gain a lot from your therapist and maybe when your anger dies down be able to use what you learned in your life.
take care, judy




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