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Re: 'very' concerned about professionalism

Posted by Garnet71 on August 8, 2009, at 11:40:41

In reply to 'very' concerned about professionalism, posted by friesandcoke on August 7, 2009, at 0:21:48

Oh-one more thing to share....

So only 2 therapists I have known seemed to be judgmental at one time or another.

One-she wore a business suit while others in the same practice dressed casually. She seemed to be perfectionist like-not one piece of paper or item on her desk ever. Her routine was exactly the same everytime-how she'd greet you, start off, end session, etc. Her office was so neat and orderly, nothing out of place. She seemed a bit inhibited.

The PDOc I previously mentioned seemed perfectist like as well and appeared very self disciplined-initially. I had a strong sense he had a fear of losing control. I don't know if my perception was on target, but it was very noticable to me.

Both were judgmental; both lacked empathy, though she was ok most of the time...

So I suppose what I am going to watch out for is this type of behavior. I guess we don't have much to go by initially-it takes a while to get to know someone. Maybe for those of us who have had considerable child abuse-maybe we are a bit hypervigilant (or maybe it is just me).




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