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Re: Has T ever audiotaped sessions?

Posted by vwoolf on November 23, 2006, at 14:38:50

In reply to Re: Has T ever audiotaped sessions?, posted by happykat on November 22, 2006, at 17:44:03

I would hate to be considered a case. I once took part in group therapy, and the leader thanked me at the end for bringing such interesting case material. I felt it diminished me as a person - I felt as if I was interesting only for my pathological side, which is not the whole of me.

At the same time, I know, it felt as if I was special. It felt as if he saw me as different to the other clients. And I loved feeling special.

I think you should tell her exctly what you feel. And work from there. If HER need to use your experiences is going to take over YOUR therapy, she needs to back off. Therapy is about you, and her needs should be put on hold. Period. Otherwise it is not therapy.




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