For anyone who’s experienced therapy, it would be helpful to get some perspective on this... I have recently returned to therapy and this is my third round of therapy with the same therapist. In the last round she (successfully) supported me through leaving my ex, who was emotionally abusive. Towards the end of the last round my therapist would regularly change the time of the session a day or two before. I was in a position to be flexible, so practically it wasn’t an issue. It slightly bothered me because during the first round of therapy she gave me a pretty hard time about not being able to make the times we had agreed. I accepted this and paid for the one session we were unable to rearrange. I was tied by work and not wanting my ex to know I was in therapy, so I couldn’t always make it happen and she was aware of this. This was one of the main reasons why I ended that round of therapy and I only went back when I knew I could commit to a regular session. I did not want to be in a position where I had to keep asking her to rearrange. The day before my most recent session she asked if we could make it half an hour after the originally agreed time, which I said was fine. Then about an hour later, she asked to make it half an hour before the original time. If it was a one-off I’d think nothing of it, but it multiple times feels slightly unprofessional. In the session itself, she appeared to be looking at something else on her screen. It might just be the way it looks to me (depending on where her camera was), but I heard keyboard tapping and she seemed to be looking to the left/right and not entirely focused. Also, at the start of the session I told her what my daughter was doing whilst I was in the session, but about 30 minutes in she asked me what my daughter was doing and I had to repeat myself. I don’t expect her to remember everything (and sometimes I’m surprised by what she does remember), but to forget within 30 minutes? It’s small things and I don’t know whether I should start looking for a new therapist.