I have been seeing a psychologist for a few months. It's going pretty well. I believe my insurance limits the number of times I can have therapy covered by insurance, so I mentioned to the therapist that I did want to stay conscious of how many times we had met. Her response gave me the impression that she thought I could possibly be seeing her for years. I was a little too shocked to ask a question about that right away. I don't know that the "issues" I've presented so far merit years of therapy, but I also appreciate the support I get from it, etc. Does anyone understand how a therapist might think about this?
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2/10/10 at 10:26pm