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my therapist seems to have lost focus

Posted by Diane J on August 10, 2004, at 23:03:32

My therapist is a wonderful woman who has helped me a great deal. We've worked together for several years, and of course by now we know a lot about each other. But during our last three appointments she has talked a lot about herself and things unrelated to therapy. I don't mind a little bit of this sort of thing, because I am very fond of her and what she tells me is interesting, and usually she notices right away that the conversation has strayed and she will change course back to business. I really don't want to say anything about it, but it strikes me that there could be something going on here that I can't see. Do you think I should say something to her, or just see if she goes back to being normal? Do you think this is a signal that it's time to cut back on sessions?




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