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Re: What are my rights?

Posted by Pfinstegg on May 24, 2005, at 19:22:46

In reply to Re: What are my rights?, posted by Camille Dumont on May 24, 2005, at 8:48:55

If you have a lot of difficulty attaching to a therapist, learning to attach and trust becomes one of the main goals; two years is not a enough time. It can take many years. According to ShortE's post, you can apparently get very good long-term psychotherapy in Canada. I think you are unduly pessimistic about the possibilities for growth and change in personality disorders. They are a big part of what is treated in long-term therapy. Did someone give you a really discouraging prognosis? I think, if you read some of the case histories in the current psychiatric literature, you will be very encouraged about what it's possible to do now.




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