It is not unusual for referrers to be at a loss as to why behavioural or psychological problems have developed for clients at a particular point in time. Similarly it is often the case that everyday events are not considered relevant, meaningful or significant when trying to ascertain what is making a person feel or behave differently. Events that might seem irrelevant to others might in fact hold great importance to the person being assessed or treated. This is particularly true of events that bring into focus issues of loss, difference or absence.
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