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Old 10-10-14, 09:25 AM   #31
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Thanks, Cid. :)

I may have to contact my beloved now-ex-social-worker again because there is a mixup at them mental health mobile team that is having me shitting bricks...
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Old 10-11-14, 06:58 PM   #32
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I can still go to the transition house for groups, but it's far. I'll have to make an excuse to go to his group, since it's the only one I'm scheduled to go to on that day. I'll use the excuse that I'm visiting my friend that lives nearby. And I will really visit her. And probly talk about him the whole time, lol.
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Old 10-14-14, 07:53 PM   #33
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I went to his group today, said hi to him, exchanged a few words, and gave him a paper giving feedback to the staff about the staff.
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So what are your plans with him?
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Old 10-17-14, 09:21 PM   #35
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Okay, so he and I had a longish talk about stuff (not about us; I doubt he knows yet) and so I'm glad I went back with my friend who had an appointment there that day. He called me into his office to chat and apparently he'd been asking after me!
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I hate to be on the other side of this discussion however even though the ethics states after so many years one can be involved with their previous therapist, it is still unadvised in the mental health community.

Once a client or patient has an intense connection that you describe to their therapist or social worker or what have you, it is important to disclose that to the therapist or whomever you are working because at that point the therapeutic process becomes well not therapeutic or helpful any longer.

I actually think that perhaps it may not be a good idea to disclose your feelings now because you are no longer a client. He most likely was asking about you because you are actually a previous client. Many therapists ask about their previous clients because they are wondering about their mental health and welfare.

If this social worker is really good at his job and adheres to the ethics, he may say he cannot be in a relationship with you. What do you think will happen if he does that? How do you think you would react to that?

Has this happened before in which you had what you called an obsession with someone from the therapeutic community you were working with?

I say this not to be critical by any means but out of concern really and truly.
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