Posted on March 28, 2016I was once told by a wise supervisor that one of the goal's in therapy is for the therapist's voice to be internalized by the client. The therapist becomes the voice of reason, rational thought, encouragement and with time this voice becomes the client's own internal dialogue, with their own touch of course. Undoubtedly, this process takes time and patience, as the critical and negative voice that often lies within individuals with eating disorders has most likely been there for some time.
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