How to End a Positive Counseling Relationship

Published on Global Post on 6/28/13

Ending a counseling relationship, especially if it has been positive, can be a very difficult thing. Richard A. Friedman, professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College, writes in an article in the “New York Times” that ending a therapeutic counseling relationship can be more difficult than cutting ties with a lover or significant other, for both the one receiving therapy as well as the therapist. But it is possible to end this important and intimate relationship in a way that reflects its importance in your life.

Read more at http://everydaylife.globalpost.com/end-positive-counseling-relationship-15344.html

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