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Re: What my T said . . . Aphrodite

Posted by alexandra_k on December 9, 2004, at 21:01:46

In reply to What my T said . . ., posted by Aphrodite on December 9, 2004, at 20:37:51

Well she did say 'I assume you'll tell me if this response is insufficient'. So I say - go on, tell her!!! It isn't that hard to say the odd thing like 'this must be really hard for you' while doing an assessment. I know that the average p-doc may well not bother, but IMHO there is no excuse. I am glad that you liked my response.. I wasn't sure whether it was the kind of response that gets me into trouble or not. I was just thinking that if you tell her that it was really hard for you and that you are not sure whether she understands that then the situation could be clarified before you decide whether you want to work with her or not. I wouldn't work with anyone who was so insensitive (I would tell them how I took them and request for someone else). If she cannot see how she hurt you and at least promise to try to be more sensitive in future then why should you, why would you go back to her? Why would you trust her? I wouldn't




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