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Re: Psychotherapy Pandabear

Posted by fallsfall on April 7, 2004, at 8:18:05

In reply to Re: Psychotherapy, posted by Pandabear on April 6, 2004, at 21:38:39

Reading my journalling is something I did with my old therapist. My new therapist wants me to be more "present" in the session - more spontaneous. This is incredibly hard for me. It sounds like your therapist is looking for this too. Occasionally, I will still read things, but I am trying not to rehearse my sessions, not to plan everything I will say. (I still read posts and journalling before I go in for my session, but then I put the papers down - I feel like I'm studying for a test!) I will say that therapy IS different when it is less planned.

I would recommend that you follow your therapists suggestions, and I bet that the things that you are worried about will resolve themselves if you do that. But, boy, is it hard!!!




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