i'm losing my counsellor in about a month so i have around 4 sessions left.i know it coming to an end and it hurts so badly.she's my 6th counsellor that i have had.just at the end of last year i lost my previous counsellor and ended up trying to take my life.im trying not to head down that road.all my friends are scared of it ending because of the impact it had on me last time.does anyone know how to make it a little easier??i have no one when she leaves :'(
Could you set up another one before she leaves so that you can go straight to the next after she leaves so then you will continue to have support. Why is she leaving? Is there someone else at her practice that you could see after she leaves and maybe just pass on your notes so you don't have to start again from the beginning?
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