© Helen Lesser 2008
Question:- Just how important is it to know precisely how many people were present during an incident?
It is unlikely that the patient’s initial interpretation of an event relied on the specific amount of people, though knowing if they were alone or particular individuals were present can be very helpful in us, as therapists, gaining a fuller understanding of how/why the situation occurred.
I suppose the ‘rule of thumb’ to go by is along the lines of
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