Thoughts on Reinterpretation of Causal Incidents

It can seem more challenging or intriguing when a Causative Event involves a deliberate wrongdoing, with premeditation and full understanding. In this article suggestions are provided for a variety of such situations along with links to detailed Q&A examples, to aid therapists with reinterpretation.

Patient K22 – Lack of Confidence (4)

Detailed Q&A of the 4th treatment session with this volunteer patient. This session, the patient was mostly focused on the triggering event and the session consisted of explanation and constructive dismissing of this information, helping the patient to understand why it was not the information being requested.

Pain Treatment Transcript, 4 of 7

Transcript of session showing how treatment was progressed by increasing the patient’s understanding of the language and intended direction. A number of different incidents were referred to by the patient and full explanations were given to allow the patient to understand why they were not the targeted events so that more relevant information could be gained.