A brief overview of the various roles emotions play in the creation of a symptom. Finding which emotion had the biggest effect, is useful – but the effect on whom, when and on what? In order to gain precise information it is necessary to specify this within the question.
Explanation of the difference between emotions which caused an effect at the time of an incident and the emotions which played a part in creating the symptom and how these different roles play their own distinct part in LCH treatment.
The TV visualisation can sometimes cause a patient to refer to an unpleasant, emotional or traumatic event in their life – regardless of whether it played a part in the creation of their symptom. Should the TV techniques be avoided? Can the emotions be controlled? Can the situation be prevented from occurring? Answer includes suggested phrasing/wording, examples and explanation.
The role of experience in the difference between emotions and feelings.
An explanation of the difference between feelings and emotions, and how they relate to a patient’s Belief at the root of their problem.
The two requirements for the emotion of Guilt – the effect and the intention – and how best to explain this to your patient.