Sometimes stuff in my brain takes possession of me and just has to come out. I get no psychological peace until I get this stuff out of my brain.
That's the wa...y it was with the structural diagrams of the pathology. I've known about the various nodal point of the pathology's structure for years. I know this pathogen better than it knows itself. I know exactly what it's going to do even before it knows what it's going to do.
But over the past couple of days the imagery of the structure began to press on me, forcing me to get it out of my brain so I could go back to work.
So I've just posted a blog about the structure of the pathology.
The Structure of the Pathology: Advanced Material
It's advanced-level stuff that I haven't spoken about before, and it's mostly for mental health people, and it may not be fully understood for another 25 years until the rest of mental health catches up, but, hey, it was filling up my brain and had to get out.
I haven't discussed this material before because I don't want to distract from the absolute simplicity of the solution:
Assessment leads to diagnosis, and diagnosis guides treatment.
Three diagnostic indicators.
Simple, simple, simple.
But this more advanced stuff has finally just wanted to get out (probably because I'm beginning my preparations for the November AB-PA Certification seminars - so the information began to constellate in my psyche).
Now that it's out, I can get back to work.
Craig Childress, Psy.D.
Clinical Psychologist, PSY 18857