Vic, I asked:
"Apart from the question of the probative value of anyone's clinical observations and rationale versus that of others, do you see some benefit adopting your intra-personal framework and, if so, under what conditions would your framework be more beneficial?"
Your answer, inter alia, was:
"During that short time, a therapist can only push the patient's psychic boat away from shore. It's then up to the patient to row on his own the rest of his life. I feel that a therapist has some obligation, therefore, to provide a patient with a way of looking at his journey that maximizes his chances of successfully dealing with at least some of the squalls that will arise."
Well done! Thanks for your tremendous and generous effort. Now I think I'm getting it.
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