The following is the submission for Module 9 of the Diploma, the complete case study, provided by Mary Ratcliffe. It was completed in 2009 and has been supplied exactly as submitted at the time, not updated or corrected for any changes in Mary’s treatment of clients resulting from intervening experience and CPD.
It is the final submission, so has benefited from all the feedback and guidance from Helen Lesser via all the relevant Diploma modules. The sessions were not recorded, so the wording was generated from notes taken at the time, so, in many cases, is unlikely to be exactly what was said. As this is a key part of the Diploma learning process, it is, in a number of instances, a correction of errors, developing into something nearer to ‘what should have been said’.
This, the seventh session, taking place about a month after session 6, included some welcome news of noticeable improvement in the symptom. In treatment, nothing from previous sessions was taken for granted and relevant information was checked to find out if all the effects of original misunderstanding had been disposed of, and whether or not the symptom could be completely and permanently eradicated.
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