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Re: Babble Guide to Therapists: Do's and Don'ts dawnfawn

Posted by simcha on December 4, 2004, at 18:46:59

In reply to Re: Babble Guide to Therapists: Do's and Don'ts, posted by dawnfawn on December 4, 2004, at 11:30:02


I hope I did not come across as a "know it all" in the last thread. I was just showing you what the latest training is teaching us about the issues you were bringing up...

As with anything in the psychotherapy world, these things most likely will change. After all, pscychotherapy is only just over 100 years old. It all started with Freud, the psychoanalyst coke-fiend and quack. Then there was Jung who had complete nervous breakdown after Freud severed their relationship. Can we say that Jung had some MAJOR attachment issues? lol ;-) Also Jung found it "therapeutic" to have sex with his clients. Can you imagine what modern licensing boards would have done to him? EEK!

So psychotherapy started off on very shaky ground. We are just starting to reach our adolescence as a discipline. Give us time.





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