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Re: Can A Therapist Really Be Objective?

Posted by Rigby on June 30, 2008, at 11:38:01

In reply to Can A Therapist Really Be Objective?, posted by Rigby on June 27, 2008, at 13:12:22

Thanks everyone for your feedback. It has been very useful in helping me to take a step back and, ironically, be a bit more objective about my attitude towards therapy and my therapist.

My therapist has definitely screwed up her boundaries with me and has admitted this so I think this keeps me suspicious. But I also think overall she's good at what she does and I've benefited enormously from seeing her. And if she's erred in any direction it's one of really caring and wanting to help.

Thanks again--I really appreciate the feedback.




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