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Re: Therapist can't control his emotions star008

Posted by rskontos on June 25, 2008, at 17:11:53

In reply to Re: Therapist can't control his emotions, posted by star008 on June 24, 2008, at 21:55:28


To my way of thinking, and I would classify myself as a hard case but then that is my way of thinking of myself, my T never says this. I often wonder why he doesn't tell me to hit the road, is that the therapists opinion of you as a difficult, easy or middle of the road client is for his mind only and NEVER to be shared with you in thought, word or deed. He should, if having issues dealing with your situation as a client, discuss this with a supervisory therapist or a therapist that he values their opinion to help him with how to best handle the situation. I mean, for crying out loud, what did he think he would accomplish by sharing this. I am not sure if he said this directly or if you picked up on this, but in either case, highly unprofessional if you ask me. I think he is the one that is looney. And he needs to refund your $$.

I am so sorry this happened.





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