If you do not feel comfortable in your therapy sessions, and find it difficult to be open about your thoughts and feelings with your therapist, it is important to take some action rather to either quit or try to endure it. Effective therapy is based on a relationship of mutual trust and honesty, and if that sense is not present early in the process then a change of therapists might be in order.
It is very important to realize that if this happens, which by the way is not uncommon, it does not indicate that either you or your therapist is doing anything wrong. It is not expected that every client can work with every therapist, and even the best and most experienced therapists have had clients they have not worked well with. There is some degree of rapport that is required for the therapy to be effective.
If your experience in therapy is not comfortable for whatever reason, please let us know so we can help you find a therapist who is a better fit for you. If you feel able to address this issue directly with your therapist then you are encouraged to do so. Either way, you can feel assured that we are committed to providing the greatest amount of comfort and safety while providing the highest quality of care.