Compton Rebecca

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I wanted to respond to the negative review regarding Rebecca Compton, LPC. Let me begin by saying that it is a shame that in our day it is so easy to let one review, one client, possibly taint the people's opinion of a person. It is always easier to let words (especially written) speak for us. It takes a wiser, more mature person to speak directly with the person whom they have a problem with and be willing to discuss what, if any, inaccuracies, perspectives or lack of self awareness that may be interfering with creating a productive therapeutic relationship.

This is not to say that this reviewer is "wrong" in his/her perspective, merely that his/her words speak volumes about the unhealthiness of him/herself. This person's feelings about his/her therapist (Ms. Rebecca Compton) would be better dealt with within the therapy room and not "online." It should not be displayed for everyone to see. Let each person decide for themselves what therapist or "specialist" works for them. Therapy is challenging, personal and can feel extremely vulnerable. But that is the very reason it works.

My experience with Ms. Rebecca Compton is that she is compassionate and personal, but yes, she also expects professionalism from both herself and her clients. Her integrity stands above and beyond this person's review in that she will only discuss conflicts strictly within the security and structure of a therapeutic environment, not online in which it is of noone else's business but she and her client. This last reviewer could learn to discuss "business" with the person he/she has concern with and avoid using the internet, as one may use food (referring here to food because the reviewer has stated he/she has an eating disorder) to avoid the main issue. Could it be that the same avoidance/punishment behavior has now transferred itself from overeating and purging to the internet? I am saddened for the person who wrote this because it only fuels the idea that we can use things (including food and the internet), people (in this case, the therapist) to take the focus off ourselves. But, I am also more saddened that a professional can be so easily "burned at the stake" with no manner in which to defend herself. That is a disgrace.

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I wanted to respond to the negative review regarding Rebecca Compton, LPC. Let me begin by saying that it is a shame that in our day it is so easy to let one review, one client, possibly taint the people's opinion of a person. It is always easier to let words (especially written) speak for us. It takes a wiser, more mature person to speak directly with the person whom they have a problem with and be willing to discuss what, if any, inaccuracies, perspectives or lack of self awareness that may be interfering with creating a productive therapeutic relationship.

This is not to say that this reviewer is "wrong" in his/her perspective, merely that his/her words speak volumes about the unhealthiness of him/herself. This person's feelings about his/her therapist (Ms. Rebecca Compton) would be better dealt with within the therapy room and not "online." It should not be displayed for everyone to see. Let each person decide for themselves what therapist or "specialist" works for them. Therapy is challenging, personal and can feel extremely vulnerable. But that is the very reason it works.

My experience with Ms. Rebecca Compton is that she is compassionate and personal, but yes, she also expects professionalism from both herself and her clients. Her integrity stands above and beyond this person's review in that she will only discuss conflicts strictly within the security and structure of a therapeutic environment, not online in which it is of noone else's business but she and her client. This last reviewer could learn to discuss "business" with the person he/she has concern with and avoid using the internet, as one may use food (referring here to food because the reviewer has stated he/she has an eating disorder) to avoid the main issue. Could it be that the same avoidance/punishment behavior has now transferred itself from overeating and purging to the internet? I am saddened for the person who wrote this because it only fuels the idea that we can use things (including food and the internet), people (in this case, the therapist) to take the focus off ourselves. But, I am also more saddened that a professional can be so easily "burned at the stake" with no manner in which to defend herself. That is a disgrace.

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