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Searching for a new T -for a DIFFICULT client

Posted by Looney Tunes on July 8, 2008, at 20:02:46

As most of you know, I left my old T after a time period of 6 months of bickering, anger, and just down right feeling horrible in "the relationship" and worse about myself.

Note: The only other T that I had as an adult, I had a great relationship with, but I found "by accident." I was hospitalized and met that T. Needless to say, I worked with him for many years and he "knew how to handle me."

I have no idea how to find another T that can "handle me?" Do I contact EAP or just pick up the phone and call and ask about their expertise? I thought that the ex-T worked with "people like me" but he later told me that he had not in a long time. I DON'T WANT to GO THROUGH THAT AGAIN. :(

Any advice for finding a T for a "difficult client?"
(PTSD/BPD/dissociates/eating disorder/self-harm, foster kid with major trust issues)

Thanks everyone.




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