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different kinds of therapy terrics

Posted by shortelise on September 29, 2004, at 12:12:57

In reply to ULTRA boundries!, posted by terrics on September 28, 2004, at 20:15:37

Mine isn't like that at all, and I honestly don't think I'd have been able to do therapy with someone who uses those methods. It's all about keeping the therapist out of your way, and maybe it has to do with ego but I think it has more to do with the style of therapy that T is practicing. I'd be very curious to know what sort it is. Do you know?

It would hurt my feelings terribly if my T said that to me, or if anyone said that - it doesn't sound kind and I need kindness. But my T is more a client centered therapist, I think, and that's all about understanding things from the clients perspective, being supportive and empathetic.

Is it true that in all therapies that the relationship to the therapist is an essential part of the therapy?

I feel slightly intimidated by my T, but not entirely intimidated. Again, I don't think I could be in therapy with a T I was entirely afraid of.





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