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Eske
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Choosing a therapist

Postby Eske » Wed Jul 04, 2018 7:20 pm

Now I'm able to start therapy: what "school of thought" should I choose? I understand very little about them. These are the issues I wanna talk about:
> disconnect between body and mind
> psychosomatic disturbs (funny how these two exist together)
> consequences of childhood's emotional abuse (sometimes physical) from mother, which result mostly in the first two issues
> "depression" (almost no pleasure, I'm not the same person as before, lack of / change in interests, mind fog, no focus, poor memory)
> can't follow conversations (too many things to perceive at the same time, I don't understand when it's my turn to speak)
> self-injury (or is it ocd?)
> gender dysphoria (well, it's not my priority, but it cannot either become the elephant in the room)

I want a LONG term therapy and I don't wanna be sent immediately to a psychiatrist for pills, not before a LONG phase of talking.

mmd
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Re: Choosing a therapist

Postby mmd » Wed Jul 04, 2018 10:31 pm

Im very agains any kind of "school of psychology", to me psychology should be just 1, im sure should be good psychoanalist but its much sure are so many bad ones around so i recommend you dont start with one of this, cognitive or cognitive-conductual its was is going on more usual this days, you are goin to find plenty that say follows that line, but are too many bad psychologist here too, others good, but are too many that are going to talk with you and make you feel you are talking with a robot and you are doing a step by step program following guidelines.
I recommend you see for someone that say is more lika psychology-therapist, try to pick more the person besides the line of psychology. I said a psychoanalisys one not but thinking again could be good, I think some that follow this line are more out of fashion than most of square therapist, and can give you a more relax talk.

du4mmb
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Re: Choosing a therapist

Postby du4mmb » Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:00 am

In either case, it’s going to be the person who listens to you, looks you in the eye when they speak, and directly answers your questions. No BS! Take care.

RustyTavern
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Re: Choosing a therapist

Postby RustyTavern » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:56 am

Eske wrote:Now I'm able to start therapy: what "school of thought" should I choose? I understand very little about them. These are the issues I wanna talk about:
> disconnect between body and mind
> psychosomatic disturbs (funny how these two exist together)
> consequences of childhood's emotional abuse (sometimes physical) from mother, which result mostly in the first two issues
> "depression" (almost no pleasure, I'm not the same person as before, lack of / change in interests, mind fog, no focus, poor memory)
> can't follow conversations (too many things to perceive at the same time, I don't understand when it's my turn to speak)
> self-injury (or is it ocd?)
> gender dysphoria (well, it's not my priority, but it cannot either become the elephant in the room)

I want a LONG term therapy and I don't wanna be sent immediately to a psychiatrist for pills, not before a LONG phase of talking.


Are you looking to be depressed & mad all your life? I think so. The only suitable counsellor is yourself.. or remain on state aid.

Eske
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Joined: Mon May 07, 2018 3:31 pm

Re: Choosing a therapist

Postby Eske » Sat Jul 14, 2018 8:30 pm

The only suitable counsellor is yourself..


I guess... not? xD Even doctors go to doctors. I'm not a doctor of the mind or of the body, and I need a doctor of the mind.


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