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Re: sexual element of 'transference' with therapis widget

Posted by Dinah on January 4, 2008, at 10:58:37

In reply to Re: sexual element of 'transference' with therapis, posted by widget on January 4, 2008, at 10:45:01

It does get discussed and your therapist has said he knows that it needs to be discussed. I find that once my therapist acknowledges that he's having problems in any given area, he corrects himself from that point on. Perhaps having identified the problem in himself, your therapist will be willing to do the same.

I can imagine it would be difficult for most people, even therapists, to feel comfortable discussing sexual feelings directed toward themselves in a situation that is not sexual. It's their job to do it despite their discomfort.

Maybe see what happens from this point on? I do think you'll probably have to bring it up yourself. My therapist insists I bring everything up myself and makes very few exceptions.




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