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

Posted by peacefeline on December 4, 2004, at 19:47:36

In reply to Re: Babble Guide to Therapists: Do's and Don'ts dawnfawn, posted by simcha on December 4, 2004, at 18:46:59

Your replies to these items was very interesting. My T doesn't say very much about what she's doing, or therapy in general (which is OK, and I'm sure she would if I asked her, but there's always so much other stuff to talk about!)
Your perspective is especially valuable b/c you can see things from both sides, the client and the T.

One more for the list:
Please don't interrupt very much! I know we all interrupt as a general rule, and most of us are used to this in conversation, and it's easy to overlook when it's not done in excess. But some ideas are hard enough to get at, without being interrupted three or four times in as many minutes.





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