The first questioning session is not likely to produce much relevant information, but its main purpose is to educate the patient. This education is not just about how you need them to react, but also so that they understand what you mean by the words you use. Includes explanation of the different incidents involved in creating any one problem and examples of introducing the first question to your patient.
Language:- First Questioning Session
© Helen Lesser 2004 (updated 2016)
Firstly it is necessary to acquaint the patient with your terminology. Words which you use every day may not mean much to your patients. Use of synonyms is always necessary at the start of treatment, so that the patient fully understands your meaning.
During the induction you use synonyms for
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