Our expert says:
Well, it's a major step forward to find a therapist who you can trust and who you feel genuinely cares about you.
Remember, as very few people seem to, that in good therapy / counselling, we don't only talk about what happened in the past, or even the day before, but also on the agenda should be what is happening right here and now within the therapy itself. So it is valid and often useful for you to raise exactly this sort of issue with your therapst, on the lines of I find I feel I trust you, and feel as if you do care about me ; but I am growing increasingly concerned about how these sessions are affecting my moods, and how at times they seem to increase my instability. Can we please talk about this today ? "
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