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Thanks everyone!

Posted by peddidle on August 22, 2007, at 13:03:31

In reply to T emailed me!, posted by peddidle on August 20, 2007, at 18:49:53

I took your advice and emailed her back-- I asked if she wanted me to set something up now, or wait until I got back to school. She said she we should set something up now, because she's pretty open at this point, so to email her with some times that work for me for the semester, and then she'll let me know what works for her. Then at the end of the email, she wrote, "Can't wait to see you." :)

So I have an appointment set up with her... it's not the time slot I would have picked, but I'm sure she had her reasons.

This is going to sound stupid, but I'm a little worried about her having an appointment after mine. I'm not worried about someone seeing me leave her office of anything like that, rather, I don't like knowing that as soon as my session is over she'll move on to someone else. It's selfish, I know, but even last semester I would see the girl who had the appointment right before me leave, and it actually made feel good to know that I didn't have to think about anyone coming in after me. Last fall, my time was 11AM, and she goes to lunch at 12. Last semester, my time was 3pm on Thursdays, which is not only the last appointment of the day, but her last appointment for the week (she is at her private practice on Fridays). This time isn't set in stone or anything, so when I see her I guess I could just say that I would rather schedule my regular appointment for a time when I don't have a class immediately following, which is also true-- sometimes my sessions run over, which I like, but won't even have that opportunity if I'm worried about being late to class. It's also possible that she won't have anyone scheduled after me.

What do you guys think I should do? How do you feel about knowing that your T is seeing someone right after you, and/or knowing that you have to be somewhere immediately following your session?




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