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.
While each patient is unique and needs to be treated as such, it is possible to be over-accommodating – to the detriment of the treatment.
Transcript 4 of 8 (ARFID) – this session particularly highlights how confirmation events were detected and dismissed and how the causative information has to connect to the patient in some way, otherwise there is no ‘LBR’ to explain the acceptance of the ‘LBW’.
Session 4 with N22. The education continued throughout the session, explaining why the information provided was not what was being sought and clear direction towards what information was actually being asked for.
Patient K22 – session 8 of 8.
Checking to see if there is more information, if there were any need to hold on to the reactions or symptoms. When no other information could be found, the full SRBC was corrected and treatment concluded.
Patient K22 – session 7 of 8.
The Causative Event is identified, and Reinterpretation of the incident achieved.
Patient K22 – session 6 of 8.
Having gained information which could be the Causative Event, the TV visualisation technique was used to gain more details to allow Reinterpretation.
Patient K22 – session 5 of 8.
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.
Session 3 of 8: Transcript of treatment with over-co-operative patient, showing how the patient’s responses were used to direct the treatment; how events were constructively dismissed to provide clear guidance with the intention of subsequently targeting relevant information.
Transcript of session 2/8 with K22 Volunteer. Key guidance/direction is highlighted throughout this transcript.
(Part 2 of 2) Following the Reinterpretation and Correction in the previous session, this transcript shows the therapist checking to see what information remains to be dealt with before concluding treatment (includes SRBC detailing).
Transcript of session 6 in a series of 7 appointments for the treatment of pain.
Transcript of treatment session (5 of 7) to treat pain.
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.