Repercussions of Attempting Re-interpretation of Non-causal Incident

Reproduced by kind permission of
Susan Railton, 2010

I am seeing a client for the swelling of eyes. We were on the sixth session and I was feeling under some pressure to get to the cause, albeit self-imposed, because my client was suffering so much with the physical nature of the symptom. I made the mistake of attempting to correct – and thus overlaying – what turned out to be a confirming incident. This had repercussions for the client which I would like to share with you.

At the time of this sixth session, I did think we might be


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