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I think it is fair enough for the T daisym

Posted by pinkeye on June 9, 2005, at 17:10:42

In reply to A question - possible trigger, posted by daisym on June 9, 2005, at 0:22:21

When a client attempts a suicide, the Ts mind would go through real hell.

It is incredibly incredibly taxing for the T to know that their client attempted to end their life. I guess that is the reason why they have this rule. Plus, it is really not fair for the client also to keep continuing with the same T, because the T would be shaken to the core with that client, and the client would not be getting adequate treatment. The T might feel very self defensive, manipulated, misunderstood, thing has gotten totally out of control feeling, possibly guilty etc. I think it would take everything out of a therapist when a client attempts a suicide or succeeds in it, however strong he/she might be.




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