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Re: In Session

Posted by susan47 on May 28, 2006, at 15:16:08

In reply to Re: In Session, posted by Crackers on May 28, 2006, at 14:20:43

Poor man. He's a bit deluded, if all that's really going on. Wow. He needs to take Freud's advice, you know, the five-year help sessions or something. Where he gets to see a psych and he gets to deal with his own issues.
You have to protect yourself and just pity him right now, don't make him defensive by telling him, but just stop seeing him. If he makes any effort at all to communicate with you and you haven't called him for a client/therapist reason, you might tell him very gently and kindly that he's welcome to join you for a session or two with your new psych. Only don't tell him it might be permanent. These poor people have a tremendous load to bear, I think. They've chosen a really difficult profession. I'm jsut about three chapters into this fab book which might be helpful, I'm hoping it'll make me understand better what happens in the therapy office .. all right, now right there is an issue, it's not a therapy room, it's an Office, it is an office, but it's also an intimate therapy atmosphere, so you have this conundrum, this thing that cannot be because therapy has to be intimate to work, but I mean therapy office? What are they called? Come into my ...




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