** Article: Treating Symptoms As Real by Ed Grimshaw
Ed Grimshaw, NLP Trainer & author of The Perfect Fit, has put together an intriguing article which details the need for therapists to treat patients symptoms as real, no matter what they are.
Ed Grimshaw writes: “In working with clients and seeing people with a variety of issues, one thing that has changed in recent years is treating the client’s presenting problem as real. This was pioneered in the 70s by Virginia Satir (Family Therapist) then by Richard Bandler (NLP originator). They treated the literal meaning of what was said by the client as a true statement of affairs. Of course going back before then and even now with some of the current medical thinking, “the pull yourself together school of thinking” does not get anywhere, its destructive and simply invalidates the poor sufferer.”
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