Well, there is more to successful therapy than eliminating a structure that blocked other learning. There is the need to help the person find an age/context appropriate way to handle previously blocked emotion and congnition, and in addition, there is a need to learn the creative and needed self- and interpersonal-behaviors and perceptions that were not learned as a result of having the symptoms/problems for years of developmental learning. Do all that and then you have successful therapy.
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