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Re: I am allright. Very busy at work though pinkeye

Posted by happyflower on June 13, 2005, at 16:21:15

In reply to I am allright. Very busy at work though happyflower, posted by pinkeye on June 13, 2005, at 16:09:14

> I am glad you are okay, Pinkeye! You must have a very important job, I am impressed! I am a women hear me roar! lol
My T is a very good one for me. He does cognative therapy mostly, but he also isn't excusive to to it only. I get the feeling that cognative therapy isn't popular on these boards, why is that? We do talk a lot about my past childhood, we have to in order to do EMDR. When I asked him last month what kind of therapy that he does, I was surprised at his answer, I thought it was more like physo dynamic supportive therapy. But he will take as long as I need to heal and I am sure he will do anything to help me get there no matter what kind of therapy. He is very good really, I connect with him, I trust him, and it took 6 months to finally get there, I don't want to start over now. I guess I am just in the heat of therapy right now, I move fast, and maybe I need to slow down a bit so I don't get so overwhelmed with it all.
He told me last session that I need to learn what I didn't get from parents, the good stuff) and that he was going to move very slowly in doing this, so I guess it looks like I am going to be in therapy for a long time now. I am improving and I think I want to stick with my T, I feel good about the work we are doing. Thank you for your unending support! :) Can I call you pinky?




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