In the two previous chapters, we looked at examples of clinical work over a whole session or group of sessions in an attempt to reconstruct the clinical thinking of the clinician. We drew on the “comparative instrument” designed by the EPF Comparative Methods Working Group in looking at how each clinician’s internal clinical template is constructed. This involved looking at each intervention described in the sessions in order to decide on their purpose.
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