Our expert says:
I always think that good therapy should include a component of Relapse Prevention. It's almost inevitable that there'll eventually be some mild degree of relapse, so the initial therapy ought to deal with how to deal with this when it does happen, and make it as short-lasting as possible. Why bnot go back to that shrink, and point out that her work was incomplete and needs further work ? Or try a second opinion from a different shrink, to take matters further. If you can find someone locally who does CBT, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, that's be perfect. And wait till I can get the book reviews writen,. as there's a good self-help CBT book about social anxiety, coming up !
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