Brooklyn- Aggressive Therapist

by Anonymous

Had A terrible experience with therapist from
Brooklyn NY.

Her general energy was aggressive rather than

A lot of insecurity that manifested itself in many ways.

Didn't really understand what we were going through.

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Aug 25, 2019
Thank you for posting
by: Anonymous

Thank you for posting. I saw you didn't include too many details but wanted you to know that an aggressive therapist that makes you feel uncomfortable is not worth seeing again.

Therapy is not a one size fits all solution. I had to go through three extremely horrible therapist/ counselors before finding the right fit. Trust your intuition. If you have a feeling that tells you not to trust someone, you need to follow that and find someone you feel at peace opening up too. Talking to a therapist can always generate some anxiety in the beginning but after a few sessions you feel like your getting something from it. Don't settle for anything but the best when it comes to your mental health and happiness. Best of luck

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