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Re: A nice session to share pinkeye

Posted by Raindancer on July 14, 2004, at 17:41:47

In reply to Re: A nice session to share Raindancer, posted by pinkeye on July 13, 2004, at 19:57:55

Counselling relationships vary quite a lot. I had a psychologist once who spent most of the sessions talking about his new partner and their relationship. Good Ts at the very least will make you feel that they are providing you with a safe space in which you can explore your feelings - the space and time is for you alone and you should feel special in the relationship. It is often quite important for us to be dependent on our Ts for a while until we grow strong enough to gradually move away and stand alone. This can take years and special kind of closeness can often develop between T and client . These feelings are real within the therapy room but have little to do with the world outside.

I 'm sorry your experience of therapy hasn't been more rewarding for you. Email doesn't really work I wouldn't think unless the difficulties are of a more practical nature. The T's tone of voice and the look in his eyes often say far more than his words. I do hope that you will find a therapist who is prepared to walk beside you for as long as you need. All the very best. R




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