Dealing with an Illness. And for Health Professionals.
To be undertaken among three people: the professional in front of the patient and the illness. This exercise may also be carried out with objects or as a visualisation.
The professional looks at the client and takes the client’s mother into his heart.
The professional looks at the illness with respect, with great respect.
The professional imagines the excluded person who is behind the illness and honours him.
In order to be able to continue working with this client, to help the illness leave, the health professional will need to keep the client’s mother permanently in his heart, as well as the excluded person that the illness represents.