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Re: does therapist need good relationship to advise?

Posted by annierose on January 19, 2005, at 15:32:03

In reply to does therapist need good relationship to advise?, posted by Joslynn on January 19, 2005, at 14:20:18

I think absolutely! It's like the shoemakers kids with no shoes. Just because she herself wasn't in a successful relationship, she still knows what makes a good one. My T also counsels married couples, and I appreciate her insight into my marriage (even though she will never meet my husband). So far, she has been dead on right!
So that says something too. Without ever meeting my husband, based on my stories, she is able to help us as a couple. I think your T will too. That is what her education and years of experience brings to the table.




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