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Re: I think I need help in reframing

Posted by rnny on April 17, 2010, at 15:35:06

In reply to Re: I think I need help in reframing rnny, posted by Dinah on April 17, 2010, at 9:20:20

You say you aren't very happy with him in your first post (at least not happy with him based on your session) and that you were ashamed for him during the session. You admit the feeling ashamed for him is something you don't like feeling because you care for him. He said he might joke about some of what might bring in or something like that, like a 'school boy' and you tell him you don't think that would be helpful. You say he seemed angry even though you were talking about something very important to you. You also say you don't want to see him the way you are seeing him at present. And say lately you don't like it. That you want to think better of him. You say you feel sad and disappointed in him. Then you say in my first reply about this that you aren't angry at him. Why no anger? To be licensed he is held to a professional ethical standard that is outlined in the licensing board of whatever state he is licensed in. All a person has to do it look at those standards online and they can compare them to the behavior of a T and see if there is anything the T is doing or has done that violates the code of ethics to report a T.Refraining from sexual abuse is not the only standard a T is held to.




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