What if the patient indicates that there is no reason behind their symptom? This article was originally published in 1996, before I had devised the SRBC formula, and explains the alternative ways of obtaining the required information without using these familiar terms.
© Helen Lesser 2008
Originally published in the 1996 AQCH Journal ( No: 23) – Updated 2008
Starting every session with “… the incident which was the very first step….” will furnish you with plenty of incidents, but will not make clear the connections between them. Unless you know how the patient reacted to the incident, you cannot correct the effects of it. Unless you know the purpose of the symptom, you cannot correct the need for it. Unless these points are uncovered and fully dealt with, a cure cannot occur.
Knowing the reason
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