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Giving Your Therapist Feedback, Yes, We Really Want It

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The therapeutic relationship is so important. We want to make sure you feel supported, cared for, heard, and respected. We're helping to model a healthy relationship. We also really love feedback, because this happens in healthy relationships too. If something is happening in a session and you don't like it, please tell us! We unfortunately can't read your mind, no matter how hard we try.

This article may be helpful https://www.nytimes.com/2019/08/01/well/mind/how-to-give-your-therapist-feedback.html "When this happens, broaching the topic by saying, “I’d like to discuss how I feel about coming to therapy,” or “Your recommendations aren’t helpful — here’s why,” are two ways to begin the conversation. "

Would you feel comfortable doing this with your therapist? We hope so! We enjoy our time together and want you to make the most of your time in session.


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5755 North Point Parkway,

Suite 42,

Alpharetta, GA 30022 

 Phone. 4048342363 

Email. Alpharettacounseling1@gmail.com

5755 North Point Parkway,

Suite 42,

Alpharetta, GA 30022 

 Phone. 4048342363 

Email. Alpharettacounseling1@gmail.com

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