What’s Right is Wrong and What’s Wrong is Right

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What’s Right is Wrong and What’s Wrong is Right

Clients who come to therapy, or ask for help, will believe that there is something wrong with them. They will attend sessions in order for an expert to help them get rid of the problem. For many this sense of something being wrong with them will have started way back in childhood. It is the product of an environment that did not respond appropriately to their needs. Some experiences may be much worse such as abuse, neglect and over-control.

Here is an example of how it might develop:
1. A small child is left alone by the primary caregiver and starts to cry. This would be a normal response as we understand it (right). More...

Matrix Group Formats

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Hope this is useful

Mark