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Question Square one?? help - December 10th 2009, 06:57 PM

So I was in therapy for quite some times and then one day my therapist left without notice and since then i have had a very hard time trusting anyone and i want to go back to therapy but im just so afraid that im going to be back at square one with therapy i mean i have trust issues as it is and i just dont know what to do about it...

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Re: Square one?? help - December 10th 2009, 07:04 PM

You may want to consider writing down some of what you first discussed with your previous therapist, then you could hand it to a new therapist. Or even send it to them, asking for an appointment, and explaining that you find it difficult to talk to someone new about your feelings, etc.
That way you won't have to repeat yourself and when you walk into your first session you will not feel like a complete stranger to the therapist.

You might be able to contact the place where your previous therapist worked and request to see a new therapist there but you would like them to read your old therapists notes, I doubt there would be a problem with that if it's within the same organisation. Unless your therapist was an independant?


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