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Re: can't handle the transference

Posted by emmanuel98 on May 28, 2009, at 20:06:22

In reply to Re: can't handle the transference, posted by blahblahblah on May 28, 2009, at 1:45:27

I have a second T now to work on DBT and sometimes we talk about my feelings for my primary T. As for contact between sessions -- my first couple of years, I was always calling him. He's always a bit brusque on the phone and I was always embarrassed and apologetic when he called back, so it wasn't very satisfying. Nevertheless, he always said it was alright to call and he always brought it up when we met. You need to ask your T about her expectations as far as this goes.

> Thank you for all the advice guys. Emmanuel98. I think if she told me she couldn't care for me like she does her close friends I would never go back. I know I have unrealistic expectations, I don't know. It all seems so hard. I started coming off my SSRI's the other day, and now I feel so much more depressed and suicidal. I don't know if that is just a side effect of the withdrawal. Thank you for the journaltip, I do Journal but not as much as i should be. Has anyone seen two therapists?? one to help get through the transference with one? Also, do any of you contract your T outside of the session? If yes, what is the protocol on that?




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