Episodic Disorders: A Case Study

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The new idea I found in research has been found to work. In Australia, “78% of clients reported an improvement in their presenting problem and 58% reported that one session was enough” (Haper-Jaques, Foucault, 2014, p. 29). With fewer required encounters the patient is not defeated by the lack of money, transportation and credibility. This simple change could improve the patients overall sense of self which directly improves mood and well-being decreasing other behavioral issues such as depression. The dilemma could be when “behavioral emergencies or episodic disorders needed to be addressed a new protocol would be needed. (Funk & Saraceno, 2003, p. 3). The single session therapy would not work then or if medicines are prescribed the

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