© Helen Lesser 2009
Reference:- Practical Course Handout – ‘Reasons / Elements’ ref: D5/003b
On the Practical Course, one of the handouts provided, entitled “Reasons / Elements” (Ref D5/003) gives some examples of the kind of secondary Reasons one can suggest to a patient if they indicate that none of the standard four had any bearing in the creation of their problem [protection, warning, prevention, punishment].
Just as the each of the main four need to be examined to be fully understood, so too do these ‘secondary’ reasons.
Knowing that a symptom has been created in order to provide
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