Shamefully, research shows that most so-called mental health “Clinicians” lack a rudimentary understanding of the differences between the conscious Mind, the unconscious Mind, and the subconscious Mind. However, when a Clinician has a keen understanding of the simplistic complexities of the Mind and
how experiences are received, processed, associated, stored,
and retrieved, the Clinician experiences the epiphany:
“Logical solutions will never resolve emotional issues!™
Annnnnd, because I recognize how your emotional brain may have just lit up like a Christmas tree and shut down your ability to logically understand my point; you may want to consider this:
If your computer has an issue, possibly a virus, how many times would you pay a Computer Tech to resolve the issue if you knew the Computer Tech didn’t know very much about the hard drive?
If your vehicle’s engine is clickin’ and tickin’, how many times
would you pay an Auto Tech to resolve the issue if you knew the
Auto Tech didn’t know very much about the engine?
Therefore, how many times should a client pay a Clinician to resolve an issue if the Clinician doesn’t know very much
about the Mind, even though everything starts in the Mind?