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Do you see anything 'wrong' with this?

Posted by rnny on February 12, 2010, at 22:07:51

I say "wrong" but it could mean anything. Whatever word you want. Anyone that has read my posts know I have had a very, very long journey in finding a replacement therapist for my T that retired. I have found one and today was our third session. On our first session she asked if I would sign a waiver to let her contact my retired T to ask for "tips"? on how to help me. I wasn't sure if I liked that idea because my old T is retired now! I felt strange her getting a call at home about me. So new T said to think about it. Went back second time and said it was fine, to go ahead and contact her. When I went in today (3rd visit) new T said she and old T had made contact by phone and she told me everything my old T said on the phone! Such as
"She needs to be treated with respect" and "If you mess up, just admit it if she confronts you. Don't bother trying to wiggle your way out of it" and so on. Wasn't that information my old T meant for the ears of my new T, and not my ears? I felt the new T was kind of breaking confidentiaity of what my old T was saying to her. I am not trying to be picky about this, I am really not. I am worried that "if" she breached a confidentiality there, she might breach one with me down the road. That's all.




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