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Re: transference questions

Posted by fluffycat on December 7, 2004, at 21:51:43

In reply to Re: transference questions fluffycat, posted by Fallen4MyT on December 7, 2004, at 0:19:37

> Hey ya Fluffy glad to see you found this and you are more than welcome :) As to the unmet needs thing if it rings true you may want to mention to your T that you THINK you may have some tranferance issues with your pdoc and then tell him what you told us...the insight into you will help you both help you if that makes sense...You sound VERY introspective that is great really.

I might mention it, I'll have to think about it a bit. And thanks, my former case mgr said I have good insight (which I don't see sometimes, but maybe it's more intuitive than I realize?).

> I do not know on the going through the book deal does your T go over it with you??? Does it have homework and all? How long you been in therapy?..It takes time.. The right T is a blessing to have. A good T is a person who cares and to talk with freely on everything and not be afraid or ashamed..its cool ya know :)

She's assigned some of the work a few weeks ago but I haven't finished it. It's a lot to remember and it's been a while since I was in school :) so I need to get more focused on it.

It's funny, I've seen many Ts in my life but rarely for any length of time (I always quit), so I'm still kinda unsure as to how the relationship should go. I think this current one is meant to be short-term though, so I guess I shouldn't get too comfy!




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