Nevertheless, people do get harmed in psychotherapy, and those instances are not as uncommon as we would like to think. Continue reading “When Therapy Harms”
Unlike the cases of medical malpractice, the cases when therapy harms are not discussed broadly enough to be known to the general public, and that is for several reasons.
Firstly, the harm received in psychotherapy is very difficult to prove in most cases, Continue reading “Why Harmful Psychotherapy Is Not Discusssed”
This article is re-posted from http://disequilibrium1.wordpress.com/ with the author’s permission. It describes one woman’s account in therapy that led her to question the entire psychotherapy approach.
Reposted from http://disequilibrium1.wordpress.com/ with the author’s permission.
In blogs and book reviews, I see reference by therapy professionals to the “disgruntled ex-client.” I assume this label is pejorative and the classification perhaps is to warn therapists to create a strong filter when one hovers nearby.
So here’s my warning label: I’m a disgruntled ex-client. Continue reading “Bad Therapy? A Disgruntled Ex-Psychotherapy Client Speaks Her Piece”
An interview with Marina Tonkonogy, LMFT about ways to avoid getting abused in psychotherapy (by Jaleh Weber, Yahoo! Contributor Network)
Interview with Psychotherapist Marina Tonkonogy
Aug 5, 2011