I can't disagree with you--there are very few "always" or "nevers" in therapy other than fundamental boundary and ethical issues.
Every once in a while we come across a case that has to be handled differently than others--and sometimes we can't even say why at the time, altho it becomes clear in retrospect.
As long as we are conscious about what we're doing, and aren't dragging our own stuff into our decisions, of course there will be exceptions to our own general rules.
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