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Re: Developing an aversion to therapy orchid

Posted by Annierose on October 8, 2005, at 6:15:41

In reply to Developing an aversion to therapy, posted by orchid on October 7, 2005, at 19:21:17

I'm sorry you felt your experience brought you too much pain, and not enough resolution. I think you needed more time to be able to work through those transference feelings and/or have a therapist that does that kind of work. It's extremely fullfilling and rewarding work, but painful at times.

Time. A lot of time. Patience. Work.

I do understand what you are saying. You have developed the transference, but now what? Unfortunately your first therapist wasn't trained to help you work through the transference, and you moved during your treatment with your second T.

 

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