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Re: T is shortening sessions!

Posted by LauraG on September 28, 2004, at 14:01:40

In reply to Re: T is shortening sessions!, posted by morning*bell on September 28, 2004, at 8:35:39

Thanks all!! It would be great if the quality improved! That would be my responsibility I think, to get to my issues right away when the session starts. I have a tendency to not do that. I must be the poster child for the resistant client!!

I'm very glad that you guys feel I deserved an explanation. I even asked her again yesterday and got her reply of something like "It would only cloud your honest reaction." I do get the sense that she wants to get to the bottom of why my honest reaction was so strong, so that's a good thing!

I have to agree with Daisy too. I think 70 min. would feel like an eternity! But then again, some days it would probably fly by.

Funny, I have mentioned to her about feeling like she doesn't care b/c she doesn't tell me. She asked me where was the evidence that she doesn't care. Other than that she doesn't say it, I was blank. I told her I just felt like it was implied. So we had a discussion (unfortunately near the end) about why I feel that not being told someone cares means to me that they don't care. Sigh. Not sure we answered that well enough yet. It seemed to go to my mom not expressing positive things to me very often as a child. But I still wonder if I would feel the same way about not being told someone cares even if she had. Seems to me I'd still want to hear that someone cares!

This whole therapy thing is still so confusing to me!




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