How a therapist dealt with potential unintended consequences of treatment and helped the patient to give informed consent.
Treating addiction. One therapist’s experience of how this symptom was approached, successful outcome achieved and the valuable lessons learnt along the way.
Could a hobby provide or enhance the skills we need to deliver LCH treatment? Could it sharpen our thought-processes and make us better therapists?
As therapists, we can be asked if we can treat a condition or issue we know little or nothing about; we need to know how to reach an answer. We need general guidelines that we can use in all these kinds of cases. Here is one therapist’s systematic way through the process for whatever is the specific condition, diagnosis or symptom.
Taking card payments for your treatment is expected these days but do you go for a stand-alone terminal or one connected to your mobile? What about costs? This article provides much information to help you to decide what is best for you and where to go for more information.
Questioning the patient’s conscious understanding of reactions can open treatment up to more far-reaching, beneficial outcomes.
An article explaining why and how giving sufficient time for discussion at appointments can be beneficial for the patient, therapist and the treatment itself.
Transcript of final session; nothing from previous sessions was taken for granted and relevant information was checked to ensure symptom could be completely and permanently eradicated.
Transcript of the sixth session of course of seven. Includes reinterpretation and correction of Belief, Reason and Symptom.
Transcript of the fifth session in series of 7. Information was gained and incidents examined to identify whether relevant to Cause.