By Suzanne Bender MD, Edward Messner MD
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38 THE CONSULTATION THERAPIST: That’s right. The discussions I have with my supervisor are private. SALLIE: I don’t know. I’ve never really heard of anything like this, but I guess it makes sense if I think about it. Whatever. I don’t love it, but I guess it’s okay. THERAPIST: If you have any further questions about it, please don’t hesitate to ask me. Let’s see, I also want to let you know how to get in touch with me if you need to contact me between sessions. I have a voicemail answering system and a beeper.
While none of the beginnings that follow are “bad,” some facilitate a discussion better than others. 2 Starting the session with a statement that may set the stage for a paternalistic relationship rather than a collaboration THERAPIST: How can I help you? SALLIE: I don’t know actually. My friend told me I should be in therapy, but nothing is really wrong, I guess. THERAPIST: Oh, why are you here then? ” seems neutral and unassuming, but this opening may subtly promise quick relief of long-standing symptoms, a service that the therapist may not be able to provide.
SALLIE: Yeah. You can reach me easily there. I also do some work-study at the library. I can give you that number as well if you’d like. Initiating an Alliance and Assessing Safety 37 THERAPIST: If I call the home number, would it be better if I don’t identify myself as a doctor? SALLIE: Actually, that’s a good point. It’s my private line, but sometimes I listen to new messages with people around. If you don’t mind, it would be easier if you didn’t identify yourself as a doctor. Is that okay? THERAPIST: Many people feel that way, which is why I ask.
Becoming a Therapist: What Do I Say, and Why? by Suzanne Bender MD, Edward Messner MD