208 Ranchitos Rd Suite B
Taos, New Mexico
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Contact Information About JAMES H DUMESNIL, JR., MS, LPCC

JAMES H DUMESNIL, JR. has an office in Taos, New Mexico and provides counseling and/or therapy for their clientele. JAMES H DUMESNIL, JR. is listed as a MS, LPCC, but may provide additional support.

For detailed questions about JAMES H DUMESNIL, JR.’s therapy practice, you should contact their Taos offices at 5756132222.

JAMES H DUMESNIL, JR. is local to the 87571-6894 area.

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  1. I sum up my one year experience in a word: betrayal

    In the beginning, I was feeling cared for, supported, validated, heard and understood. He encouraged our therapeutic relationship, prompted me to go on. It was intense, too much, hard work!! But he consoled my doubts. Gave me good feedback. He said it was a privilege. Promised he would be with me through this. And I began to trust. Big step!

    And then, as if over night, he stated: “I can’t help you any more” “they all say it’s too much” “I’ve learned a lot” “I admire you” Bye.

    I was devastated. Beyond words. And still, a year later, I contend with the pain of this aftermath daily. Regularly dreaming of me pleading and him coldly pushing me off a cliff.

    He lacked the commitment/endurance to see this from start to finish; he started a relationship that he could not continue (and I foolishly followed); he lacked the ability to problem solve this without further pain; my well-being was not the focus, he acted selfishly.

    It was a “false” relationship, misplaced trust, leading to my pain!

    Now others have told me the whole event is called “lack of boundaries” in the therapy world. What simplistic language for the suffering this betrayal has caused me.

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