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Re: Has T ever audiotaped sessions?

Posted by happykat on November 22, 2006, at 17:44:03

In reply to Re: Has T ever audiotaped sessions? happykat, posted by adrift on November 22, 2006, at 17:30:05

I guess I could see how in certain instances it might be helpful. It's just that I finally got enough guts up to dive into my stuff really deep and it was mortifying. The last thing I wanted to hear was do you mind if I tape you? The other thing and I was reading about this in earlier posts is the touch issue. She is a bodyworker with a degree in psychotherapy so its a really intense experience. It's been great because I had sh*Tty parents and it's comforting to have someone craddle your head when your crying and wipe away the tears but it's also made for some intense transference feelings.

I'm afraid to express any anger towards her. I've developed this intense attachment to her and I don't get attached to people. So its scary.
Sometimes I just want a normal therapist that sits across the room and doesn't touch me. It also doesn't help that she's my mom's age and sometimes her mannerisms remind me of my mom.

Anyone else have these transference things going on?




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