© Helen Lesser 2005
My patient relaxed well and seemed prepared to go along with the treatment, but he answered ‘no’ to every question I put to him. Finally, in desperation, I asked him ‘Is there in fact, an incident at the root of this problem?’ – he said ‘no’.
Is it possible that this is true? It would certainly explain why I could get no sensible responses from him.
If he was prepared to go along with the treatment, then he obviously wishes to get rid of his problem and if there was no reason for him to have it, then why does he still suffer?
There has to be either a desire or a need for anything – in which case
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