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August 04, 2009

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WoundedGenius

Hi, very excited to find this excellent blog. I love this post - great advice. Too many clients hand over complete control to (what is perceived as)an all-knowing therapist without realising they have the right to ask questions about treatment, and dont realise that there are rights and responsibilities on both sides.

Kellen

Hi Genius,

I feel strongly that clients should be empowered, not infantilized. I'm so pleased you found the article helpful and the blog useful. Thank you for your generous comments.

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Do as you would be done by.*

jessica

these questions are useless! -.-

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