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Re: A question - possible trigger daisym

Posted by Tamar on June 9, 2005, at 18:30:54

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

I have heard of this. Sometimes I've heard of it in the context of suicide contracts. But I've also heard of it happening when the (usually inexperienced) therapist felt deskilled by the experience and didn't feel s/he could handle the consequences of continuing to work with the client - a bit like pinkeye was saying.

I agree that if it's a rule it's outrageous... but on the other hand, not all therapists are as experienced and incisive as yours.

I'm sorry, though, that they don't like the new therapist. Is there any way they can change and see one they like better?


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