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something in a session that shocked or surprised

Posted by friesandcoke on July 27, 2009, at 13:22:29

I would like to hear from others "any" thing that has shocked or surprised you in the course of a therapy session. It doesn't have to be some form of malpractice, although if it was, that counts! I am just sort of taking an inventory because while therapist shopping (interviewing therapists) 2 out of the 3 slipped their sandles off and were interviewing me for the first time they met me in bare feet and I found that astoundingly unprofessional for a first time visit. Maybe after you know the client and then ask "would you mind if I slipped off my sandles?". So, what you can you think of that has shocked or surprised you in a session? It can be anything. Major or minor, anything. Thanks.




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