Many do not always like their therapist all the time. If they do, the therapist is probably not going through the best possible therapy with their client. If the therapist does not change the train of thought that a client is in, then there is basically no need to go to a therapy session, is there? Dr. Grohol tries to answer the question of what do you do if you do not like your therapist? Do you just quit, or stick it out? What happens, and what if it continues that you do not like your therapist at all--can you change?
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Submitted by: John Grohol, Psy.D.
Submitted on: 3-Apr-2006