|02-07-2012, 01:50 PM||#151|
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No one would argue that we're especially good at learning in early childhood, but I see this observation being used as a justification for the shenanigans often foisted upon clinicians and patients by an unscrupulous instructor. I imagine you know to whom I am referring.
Such an extrapolation places the therapists here in the role of counselor; and one who spends a lot of time delving deeply into a client's psyche at that. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it's not something I'm trained, educated or licensed to do.
One can only speculate about such things. Knowing where problems come from is an interesting journey toward the discovery of cause, and the world simply doesn't have a causal nature.
I don't feel it's my business to figure out how people came to be or feel the way that they do, but only my business to investigate how they currently are.
Barrett L. Dorko P.T.
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