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Re: Is there an implied consent for a therapist to rnny

Posted by Dinah on April 10, 2010, at 8:12:55

In reply to Is there an implied consent for a therapist to, posted by rnny on April 8, 2010, at 17:32:06

My therapist would be more subtle than that, but he does generally make it known when he raises an uncomfortable topic that I'm free to reject the topic.

Mind you, my therapist is very nondirective. Annoyingly so at times. He generally allows me to raise topics. However, at the beginning of therapy I'm pretty sure he made sure to ask about all sorts of uncomfortable things so that I knew he was ok talking about it. And maybe to get a general idea about my level of functioning in various stages of life.




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