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Re: Boundary Question Rigby

Posted by fallsfall on August 23, 2003, at 21:49:09

In reply to Boundary Question, posted by Rigby on August 23, 2003, at 13:15:34

I agree that it is very specific to the therapist.

My first therapist would read 1 - 5 pages (small font, small margins) from me every week. I think they had to move to a bigger office because my chart was too big...(I was on my 11th or 12th folder!) I know she read every word, and would sometimes comment on it, but not always. If there was a day when I had journalling with me and I didn't want to give it to her for some reason she would get really hurt. Usually I gave it to her after each session but rarely I would deliver it to her office (but not see her) between sessions so she could read it before I came.

So I switched therapists and asked my new one if he wanted copies of my journalling. He said something vague about not being able to guarantee that he could read it, and how would I feel if I gave it to him and he didn't read it, and we should discuss this next session. Of course we never did. I figure that if I have something important that I will give it to him, but he doesn't want to read the day to day stuff.




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