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Re: Situation with former Therapist (very long sorry)

Posted by tryingtobewise on July 10, 2004, at 23:37:16

In reply to Re: Situation with former Therapist (very long sorry) tryingtobewise, posted by Dinah on July 10, 2004, at 22:01:17

Dinah - thank you so much for your response! Yes, it does help when I focus on the the less ethical things he does. It is just a very weird thing. Sometimes I think I'm ok with it and other times it just feels I'm kind of trapped even though I know I'm not.

I did recently begin therapy with my psych MD, she presents a very calm front but she did look very surprised and displeased when I described (in a lot less detail than above) my work situation. In a way that made me feel better... to know that another professional thought it was a bad deal.

Thanks again for replying.

Goodness gracious. Those *are* very poor boundaries!!! To say the least.
> Would concentrating on any of those things help you feel less attached? I guess that's the reason for the duel relationship rules. It's really hard to see them as just a boss once they've had the power a therapist has.




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