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Re: therapy debate gets 'raucous'

Posted by Ilene on August 11, 2004, at 13:46:32

In reply to therapy debate gets 'raucous', posted by badhaircut on August 11, 2004, at 10:05:32

Getting back to the contents of the article--I felt it was rather inconclusive. It says that what makes therapy "work" could be not the type of therapy but the competence of the therapist and the bond between the T and the patient. How do you evaluate the competence of a therapist? I've already paid a large sum of money to a pdoc/T with whom I had a good relationship, but I am still depressed. (The only reason I'm not severely anxious is because I twisted her arm to prescribe Zyprexa.)




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