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Very often all a therapist does is listen in a noncondensing way. They ask questions that make you think about what you have said. They do not often recognize personality disorders. So if you have no one to talk to they are you paid listener not your healer. A good friend will do the same. Many send their children to them to diagnose personality disorders, a clinical physiologist will not peruse this avenue. They themselves are easily manipulated by their clients and they don't care. What they care about is keeping their clients happy and coming back. To put a diagnoses to their disorder would even in these article make them a bad Physiologist by the fact they they have blamed the client for their own behavior. They are not very often the Doctor Phil we see on TV. You can spend thousand on them for nothing. There philosophy is patient heal thy self.
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