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Re: Least favorite words/phrases from therapists.

Posted by onceupon on January 25, 2009, at 14:33:53

In reply to Re: Least favorite words/phrases from therapists. 10derHeart, posted by DAisym on January 25, 2009, at 0:22:32

"What would be most helpful for you today?" I don't know...doing some therapy?

"Is it OK if we talk about _______ the next time we meet?" Said at the end of a session when she wants to wrap up without actually saying that we're out of time. In theory, this would not be such a bad thing, but it's rare that we come back to the topic that we ended on. Of course that's not really her fault, but the words still make me cringe.

I actually kind of wish my therapist was more willing to talk about transference, because then maybe we would be talking about our relationship, which is rare.




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