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Re: surviving therapist vacations underthecs

Posted by fallsfall on August 26, 2003, at 21:39:03

In reply to Re: surviving therapist vacations, posted by underthecs on August 26, 2003, at 20:13:34

I'm sorry it is so hard for you.

I have talked to other people when my therapist has been away, and I really was quite surprised at how much it helped. I would describe the specific problem I was having (with enough background so it made sense) and they would help me figure out how to deal with it. If its the kind of thing that you really can't change, the therapist can at least help you figure out how to survive until your therapist comes back.

There was one time when my therapist was on vacation. I called the woman covering for her and we decided that I would go into the hospital. Then the day I got out of the hospital my therapist was called out of town for a family emergency. So I saw the woman covering for her to help me get aclimated back into the world. She asked my therapist about me periodically, and I asked about her, too. I feel that she took good care of me.

Let us know how you do! Good Luck




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