Harmony

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Registered: 03-26-2003
Harmony
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Mon, 01-04-2010 - 3:04am
I'm sorry you find my posts confusing.

I'm not willing to hijack Terbear's post any more and, while I would generally suggest moving the issue to a new post, honestly, I'm not interested in pursuing it with you any longer. It's turning into a debate, and I'm not interested in debating, lol. Really, I think if we were going to come to an understanding, it would have happened by now. So, I think it's time to just let it go. For me it is, anyway.

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Registered: 06-24-2008
In reply to: cl_2nd_life
Mon, 01-04-2010 - 9:30am
2nd_life, this is a support board, this I know. I don't want to debate you, but I think it is important to discuss these matters as we so often recommend therapy on this board, and recommend seeking a qualified therapist, and ask how a poster knows the therapist is qualified. If a poster is asked if they are seeing a qualified therapist (a very common question here) and they come back with qualifications that are good (LSCW, 35 years experience, two other certifications, known by reputation), I don't think they should be led to believe those qualifications are concerning and that perhaps they should keep looking if the therapist doesn't have a "couples counseling" accreditation. What might happen is they go back and ask the therapist and ask if the therapist has a "couples counseling" accreditation and they will find out the therapist does not, because nobody apparently has such a thing. I also don't think posters should be led to believe that LSCW/LMFT licenses are given to facilities rather than individuals, or any other confusing/unclear information about the profession. I'm going to ask for clarification when I see something confusing or that looks misleading to me, I think we should all do that. I do it for the same reason you would point out confusing/unclear information when you see it, to benefit our posters. I actually am not sure why it is we cannot come to an understanding on this issue, but if you do not wish to discuss it then consider it dropped.

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Registered: 03-26-2003
In reply to: cl_2nd_life
Tue, 01-05-2010 - 2:27am
Thanks.













"Ignoring the facts
does not change the facts"

~ Author unknown


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"Ignoring the facts
does not change the facts"