practical and new} resources to improve yourself while facing your emotional obstacles Shane Dawson Betterhelp
yes well it’s a huge question to begin with sure well let me just simply reassociate about that a little bit I have actually been doing therapy for a very long time of all the numerous schools of therapy I would say did one end of the continuum of those who believe that the nature of the relationship the intimacy of the relationship the the work on the process implying what’s occurring in between exists isn’t a is the most important concern so I focus quite on taking a look at what’s going on in between the patients and me trying to offer very intimate so I would be the person who would most likely be least interested in a context therapy format and and I have actually been for several years I imply one so my colleagues do telephone terapy for example I understand an expert who transferred to California would capital for New york city analysis and would do her analysis of the phone I felt really vital that you’re missing all these visual cues how can you do that but everything changed for me a few years ago when I got a call an email from from a client who I can’t even
point out the the place where she was but she was on another continent where it was absolutely cold in the northern hemisphere and there wasn’t another therapist or MD within 5 or six hundred miles of her and asking whether I would just do some Skype work with her given that there was no other option I I agreed to do that she couldn’t see anyone else and she needed therapy so I began working with her and I wound up having a very good experience with her in fact she had actually relocated to that location to get away from everyone and there is no other way that she would have been willing to meet me in a room face-to-face there was no other alternative in a sense therefore it ended up it was surprisingly well I was very satisfied with that and ever since I’ve had a genuine had a real modification of focus on that and among the things that has been most interesting to me about talks face is the reality that of a it’s simply it’s counterproductive I would have thought the significant problem with talk area is that they would not be concentrating on the here and now what was taking place between therapist and patient and yet compared to a lot of the new motions in psychiatric therapy with cognitive behavior modification they’re far more involved in the nature at least the method it’s done in this attire it’s they’re far more interested and nurturing of the here and now and with patient relationship so that’s.
that’s been a change of heart for me entirely migrated I was also surprised to see how much intimacy you can get back at by writing often even a few of the clients are more able to expose themselves that is a little bit confidential that that’s been really crucial finding for me too I have actually been working with Nicole Eames and supervising quite regularly now in the last couple of years and that’s that’s one of the things that I actually found in my work with her as she spoke about her patient they reveal things what has amazed me is a number of times I have actually heard her state the patients have said that they reveal things to her they never ever exposed to their to their face-to-face therapist which’s rather remarkable one of the things is of course the privacy that that we do not quite locate but here they deal with face to face therapist for a year or two and never revealed certain of these things that were that were very disgraceful there’s another thing too which is that a client can have a panic attack in the middle of the night and instantly text the therapist. Shane Dawson Betterhelp