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Re: therapist revelations Newcomer

Posted by Penny on August 21, 2003, at 15:18:56

In reply to Re: therapist revelations, posted by Newcomer on August 21, 2003, at 14:27:33

I agree with fallsfall - they can't help if they don't know what's going on. If there's any way you can resolve the issue with him, it would probably be helpful to you. I had major transference issues (the child-mother kind) with my former therapist, especially centered around her pregnancy. I'm still dealing with the pain of it, but she was helpful when she knew what was going on, and my new therapist is also very helpful. For me, though, the transference with my new therapist is different. Still powerful, but different. Perhaps because she is more accessible to me than my former therapist. I guess that could be a good thing or a bad thing.

The psychoanalysis idea FF had sounds like something that might be helpful to you, since transference is something that they specialize in. Speaking for myself, working through the transference is the most vital part of my therapy and has helped me grow the most as a person.

I hope you can find some peace and wish you all the best.

Take care.




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