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Created On 6/29/14 10:02 AM
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Cutiestarr
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A treatment provider sends me multiple, non-urgent emails within a few hours' time frame, all with the same message. Is this typical? Thank you.


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Dr. Price MD
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6/29/14 11:55 AM
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I do not understand.
 
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Cutiestarr
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3:00am email from psychologist: "where is the address I can send the next bill?"
5:30am email: "where is the address I can send the next bill?"
10:45am email: "where is your address?"
11:30am email: "what is ur address?"


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Dr. Price MD
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Not typical.

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Cutiestarr
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Any advice on how patients can engage in limit setting with their psychologists? LOL.
 
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Dr. Price MD
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I am not an attorney but there are laws against harassment. Best to discuss this with the therapist if possible. Let me know how you make out.

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Cutiestarr
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I'm confused to be honest because last week this person did exactly the same thing. I attempted to correct them in a non-threatening manner and they said they were simply asking a question and kept emailing me to see if I was having "avoidance issues". I am not sure why this was seen as something therapeutic.

At any rate when they emailed me again, my sense is that they have something to gain by provoking me and I do not want to give in, if this is the case. Do you know what I mean - like people who enjoy pushing peoples buttons?
 
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Dr. Price MD
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Yes. Sounds strange.

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