Definitions of who has access to the Online LCH Knowledge Base and a personal message and explanation of why it is not always possible to fulfil individual’s requests for help.
It can seem more challenging or intriguing when a Causative Event involves a deliberate wrongdoing, with premeditation and full understanding. In this article suggestions are provided for a variety of such situations along with links to detailed Q&A examples, to aid therapists with reinterpretation.
What are the possible reasons for a symptom worsening during treatment? How can the situation be addressed?
While each patient is unique and needs to be treated as such, it is possible to be over-accommodating – to the detriment of the treatment.
Transcript 5 of 5 (treating OCD), showing reinterpretation and correction. Feedback from patient included.
Transcript 8 of 8; showing final session of correction and checking / detailed SRBC / feedback from patient post-treatment.
Transcript 7 of 8 sessions. The Causative Event is located; the lbr/lbw established and Reinterpretation proceeds.
Transcript 6 of 8, ARFID. Stage 1 Course 2022.
Transcript of session 5 of 8 (ARFID). Progress was made from R to B to C but conscious interference during visualisation prevented further advancement during this session.
Transcript 4 of 8 (ARFID) – this session particularly highlights how confirmation events were detected and dismissed and how the causative information has to connect to the patient in some way, otherwise there is no ‘LBR’ to explain the acceptance of the ‘LBW’.
Transcript 3 of 8 from treatment in on the 2022 Stage 1 course. Suffering from ARFID, this session shows how logical questioning overcame apparent-contradictions to progress from the R to the B.
Session 4 with N22. The education continued throughout the session, explaining why the information provided was not what was being sought and clear direction towards what information was actually being asked for.
Session 3 of OCD treatment (Spring 2022). The visualisation method used produced unwelcome emotions which were quickly dealt with, so as not to slow progress at subsequent sessions.
Transcript 2 of 8 from treatment in on the 2022 Stage 1 course. Suffering from Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), this session shows the continued education of the patient from the R to the B.
Session 2 of OCD treatment (Spring 2022); progressing through the R to the B.
Transcript of patient who received treatment in front of the students on the 2022 Stage 1 course. Suffering from Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), this session shows the steady education of the patient which allowed the first part of Reason to be identified.