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Parallel process is a clinical term used to describe the common occurrence in therapy when the therapist’s own experience is reflected in the client’s. It is when a client comes in grieving over the loss of a loved one while the therapist has only just experienced his or her own loss as well. It is a therapist helping a client through feelings of anger and hurt that the therapist has also just recently confronted.
But, here’s the thing: we are all in parallel process. Too often in life it goes unsaid.
Here is where I say it.***
You can find the phrase first in Genesis 15:7 where God reminded Abram: “”I am the LORD, who brought you out of Ur of the Chaldeans to give you this land to take possession of it.”
You can do a search and find the reminder in book after book after book…
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