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Is it wrong 2 ask a psychologist(on sms b4 visiting)what kind of therapy he use 4 OCD&socialanxiety?cz he blocked me when i asked him&what should I do

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Dr. Susan Feingold
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: No it's fine

it lmay be hard to answer specific questions without seeing you for an initial session ( getting history, symptoms).
However, if a mental health professional refuses to answer general questions ( who much experience he/she has in treating a disorder) what approach he uses etc.. This may be a sign you should find someone else.

In brief: No it's fine

it lmay be hard to answer specific questions without seeing you for an initial session ( getting history, symptoms).
However, if a mental health professional refuses to answer general questions ( who much experience he/she has in treating a disorder) what approach he uses etc.. This may be a sign you should find someone else.
Dr. Susan Feingold
Dr. Susan Feingold
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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology

In brief: Training

There should be no problem asking any clinician about training and what informs his professional practice.

In brief: Training

There should be no problem asking any clinician about training and what informs his professional practice.
Dr. Andrew Berry
Dr. Andrew Berry
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