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Babble is the best!! happyflower

Posted by pinkeye on May 24, 2005, at 14:24:45

In reply to any good info sites on cognitive therapy?, posted by happyflower on May 24, 2005, at 14:19:49

You read the boards extensively for 4 - 5 months.
Start with a person you identify with who hopefully has had more experience with therapy than you (since you are fresh), and then try to read that persons history as much as possible.

Some posters here are especially good in relating the story very well, and how it helps them etc. And they are good in telling what their therapist told them. (For instance, recently I read through many of Daisy's past posts - when my current therapist told me I have some form of CSA to see what her therapist view is and how he responded to her to get more understanding for myself, since I knew she is going through the same thing and I liked her therapist's views.).

You can do something like that. Reading articles is more intellectual help - reading through therapy experience is more emotional healing. You might want to do both.




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