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Thread: Counseling question-who to choose?

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    Thank Teacher Terry. I feel very lucky to have found her all those years ago when I was in dire need of her. She changed my life and always gave me credit for doing the work to get well.

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    A good therapist helps you find your own answers. The client has to be willing to do the work but the answers for all of us are different. Twice in my life I have really benefited from great therapists.

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    You could ask your old therapist to recommend someone who would be a good fit for you and also takes your insurance.

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    I called today. She does remember me. She'll call back as she was taking a walk! I'll have to submit my insurance as she is on her own and doesn't take insurance. It is worth it to me to have someone I trust, so I don't mind paying and filing on my own. Medicare will reject it, she said, and my other insurance will cover part of it. Thanks for the advice.

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    Good luck, that sounds very promising!

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    Teacher Terry, what positive outcome were you hoping to achieve by your gossipy comment above? The person you mentioned is not even licensed yet, so no risk that nswef would be working with her.

    I could say more but will refrain. Please consider deleting what you wrote -- it is hurtful, not helpful.
    "Seek out habits that help you overcome fear or inertia. Destroy those that do the opposite." Seth Godin

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    I, I took care of it. You are right and that is not who I am. I am frustrated with the situation but that’s separate from the person experiencing real pain. I am sorry.
    Last edited by Teacher Terry; 12-4-18 at 12:11am.

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    Thank you!
    "Seek out habits that help you overcome fear or inertia. Destroy those that do the opposite." Seth Godin

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