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Re: therapist saying 'more effective' to go elsewhere broken123

Posted by baseball55 on December 17, 2018, at 17:30:55

In reply to therapist saying 'more effective' to go elsewhere, posted by broken123 on December 17, 2018, at 2:21:35

Wow! If ever there was an argument against "dual relationships" between therapists and clients, this is it. Getting you involved with her daughter was completely unethical of her and led to this impasse. Her daughter is angry with you and you with her daughter and this rubs off on your therapist's attitude toward you. Even if she were willing to keep seeing you, would you even want to, given that you can't mention a big elephant in the room - namely the amount of money her daughter's shoddy work is going to cost you while you are struggling with money?

You definitely need to move on. If she can't refer you, go through your insurance company's website (if you have insurance), or just start calling people.

Sorry this happened to you. Professional ethics codes for therapists prohibit dual relationships (when you have a relationship - business, social, intimate - outside of the therapy).




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