© Helen Lesser 2008
Why is it so vital to start each session from a different point? Why keep notes if you don’t use them in treatment? Why keep track of the information you gain if you’re then supposed to ignore it?
These do seem understandable questions unless you understand that, certainly in the early stages of treatment, the information each patient’s record card contains is not to track the answers from the patient, but instead to follow the questions you have asked.
Until you are reasonably confident that you have actually gained precise and correct details regarding the cause of a problem, it is necessary to start each session from a different point.
Why? Three main reasons:-
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