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Re: Forgetting sessions Daisy and Mair

Posted by pegasus on July 6, 2004, at 11:43:28

In reply to Forgetting sessions Daisy and Mair, posted by gardenergirl on July 2, 2004, at 20:37:07

Yes, dang it, I forget my sessions too pretty often. Although, now that I'm seeing an art therapist, I find that I always remember what I was making, so that seems to give me some breadcrumbs back to what we were talking about.

I used to come home and immediately write about what I could remember about my sessions. That was back when I had lots of free time and a strong attachment to my T. I would work my little synopsis all week, until I felt that I'd really captured all that I could remember about my experience. It helped me process my sessions more thoroughly, clarify future things to talk about, recognize my feelings in retrospect, and continue to feel connected to my T throughout the week. But now I don't have the time or motivation for that. :(





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