I agree with you. I´ve been practising as a psychologist for some motns now. I had my degree at the end of the summer and work in primary care. When I read the list of ideals for a therapist I directly thought of it as impossible. First it excludes therapist from other humans in the sense that they are not supposed to be struck by life, reacting on traumatic events in life with depression for example. Therapist like everybody else must be allowed to have bad days and in ellis view of a good therapist it would be imposible. I think of his ideal as such an ideal. I think no therapist can be all that. I appreciate the term "good enough".
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