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Re: Mad at psychologist chaaya

Posted by Poet on December 3, 2004, at 13:54:29

In reply to Mad at psychologist, posted by chaaya on December 2, 2004, at 22:34:26

Hi Chaaya,

It's not typical for my therapist to talk to my pdoc or vice versa without either telling me first. The last time I saw pdoc he asked if I wanted him to consult with my therapist on something. I said no, and he didn't call her.

I'd be upset if either of them, in a non emergency situation, talked about me without me knowing first.

Your therapist taking an unplanned vacation day is rude. Personal and family emergencies are one thing, just taking a day off is another. I'd be mad, too.

I don't blame you for revoking the right for her to talk to him, but maybe you can leave in a crisis clause? That your T and pdoc can consult only if you are in danger of hurting yourself? Maybe that's not an issue with you, so I may be off base. It is an issue with me, it's why I signed papers to begin with.

Poet

 

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