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8th April, 20080 Comments
Seeking therapy can be a very daunting prospect, raising doubts such as: Will it work for me?
: What can I expect from it?
: How will my therapist relate to me?
: How will I feel about dislosing myself to a stranger and in
The latter, being in strange surroundings during a very personal time can seem unnerving. When we feel uneasy, we often feel 'more comfortable' at home.
Would the prospect of having the therapist come to you help to minimise the many uncertainties you might have in your mind?
This probably applies most to those who are less abled or house-bound or those with no means of transport.
And for those who may not want to advertise their business to the neighbours, counsellors do not wear a uniform and remain discreet and confidential.
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