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Old 06-13-2017, 10:46 PM
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Originally Posted by trinton View Post
For a dragged out and ongoing custody/access proceeding, does it make sence to have ongoing sessions for the entire duration? If so, how often should you be meeting with your therapist?

Or should counselling be limited to a short period?

edit: this is regarding counselling for yourself.


It comes down to knowing your personal needs and I don't think you can put a blanket statement answer on this. If you feel you need counselling for the duration then you should go. If you need to continue even after litigation is over...then you should. I would think it makes perfect sense if it is helping you out mentally and you can afford it.


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