Through research and experience, one therapist explains how she is now able to ensure Reinterpretation is carried out only on the Causative Event, not a confirmation or trigger incident.
Transcript of treatment for skin-picking of lips and fingers, provided by Helen Lesser in front of students on a Practical Course. This is the third transcript in the series of 4.
Transcript of treatment provided by therapist Emily Fennell showing the SRBC in practice to locate the Causative Incident and help the patient to reinterpret the event and correct its effects.
A therapist gains guidance from colleagues on LBR/LBW and how to effectively use the information gained from whether words/actions were accepted at the time or instead were reacted to as if true at some later point.
Final treatment session of Volunteer Patient (J, 2014) showing how several different incidents were located and dismissed and questioning targeted through R and B to C. Reinterpretation of Causative Event included, along with correction of effects and disposal of symptom.
Transcript of 6th session of volunteer patient ‘J’ (2014), detailing the SRBC and reinterpretation. This also provides phrasing and example of how the treatment was refocused towards more relevant events and the target of questioning re-directed to obtain the Causative Event.
Article clarifying how to set up a visualisation technique and how it can be applied towards the end of a course of treatment.
What are the elements which make an incident The Cause? How can you tell the difference between a Cause and a Trigger or confirming incident? What do I reinterpret? What needs to be corrected?
This article provides the answers and, by using a case example, shows how to identify and work with these elements to effect a complete and permanent disposal of symptoms.
A complete case history, showing all relevant incidents and how they created the Belief and Reason.
Example shows how the reinterpretation was carried out and how each step of the SRBC was corrected. Also included, full Checking Procedure of final treatment session.
This article shows how to ensure that you enable a full re-interpretation with your own patients, illustrates how to enable your patient to correct all effects and thus provide a full and complete disposal of all symptoms.
How an attempt to speed up treatment can have serious ramifications for the patient; why symptoms can be made worse by attempting to reinterpret an incident before establishing it to be The Cause.