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Re: How you know you've been in therapy too long DAisym

Posted by fallsfall on November 9, 2007, at 8:47:37

In reply to How you know you've been in therapy too long, posted by DAisym on November 8, 2007, at 20:23:40

The therapist in the office next to my therapist often brings her labradoodle with her. The dog and I are getting to be good friends. And the therapist says hi when she goes through the waiting room. She also knows that I'm not her patient if she has a new person coming. She used to be my therapist's backup when he went away, but recently he's been leaving someone else in charge. I wish he would leave her in charge 'cause I'd like to have a session with her dog.

I used to be good friends with the receptionist at my old therapist's office. I think that we should see it as a positive thing that we can establish relationships with people who we see casually on a regular basis.




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