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Therapist seeing your sig. other RealMe

Posted by Wittgenstein on November 10, 2007, at 15:51:45

In reply to Re: When one person changes... twinleaf, posted by RealMe on November 10, 2007, at 3:57:48


I think it's fairly common for therapists to ask whether your sig. other would be willing to join a session - my therapist suggested this fairly early on but only once - I imagine it helped give him some insight into my home situation. For me it was useful in the long run although I felt really detached during that particular session (it felt like I was watching them through double-mirrored glass).

If you decide to do this, I hope it proves helpful and I'm sorry things have been so hard for you in this respect lately.





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