5 Patterns That Keep People Stuck Part 2

5 Patterns That Keep People Stuck Part 2

Because I identified, actually, I didn't really

identify these five patterns of chronicity

that I'm going to talk about a little bit later on.

What I realised is no matter what your client

was coming to see you about, whether that be

some kind of trauma, whether that be depression

with some kind of guilt, some kind of shame,

some kind of physiological problem. You could

do all the work on that subject, you could do

really diligent work with whatever your modality is.

But if you don't take care of these five patterns

that I'm pretty sure you're going to see in every client.

The likelihood of your work sticking just drops

drastically now. Most people do really, really good work.

You've trained so long in learning your skills,

you're doing everything you're supposed to.

But we've gotta remember that our client might

come in and they're supporting problem. Might

be presenting problem, it might be ohh you know

what I've got PTSD So as as healers, as therapists,

as change workers, as the T- shirt says, we go

after that, right? We go after the problem

that it came in with, it makes sense. It's what

they're paying us to do to help. However, what

I learned a long time ago, and I've been recently

re reminded, is the problems. Never the problem.

Problems never the problem. So whenever a client

comes in to me, these five patterns that I'm

going to bring up with you today, most of you

have probably never seen these before because

I've never seen them or I'd never put a label on them.

And I was always wondering why I'd have success

with some clients and not success with other clients.

And when I started to learn about these patterns

I used to. I now see them in every single client.

Some are a little bit easier to detect, but the

first thing is when you start to detect these

patterns, then you can start to inoculate against them.

So you could start to build up that structure

that holds up their problem. So again, we'll

just use PTST, for example. Whatever the presenting

problem is, is here. Anyone ever played that

drinking game jenga before with all the wooden

blocks? Anyone ever played that game before?

Just one person. Everyone's lying. They're

like, no, we don't drink, we don't have fun,

we don't play that game. But there's this, if

you've never seen it before, jenga, it's these

little wooden blocks, right? And it's a drinking game.

And what happens is you remove blocks and when you remove.

Blocks. At some point the whole structure falls

down, and if it falls down on you, you lose and

you have to get blindingly drunk. That's right.

One laugh there. Thank you so much. Problems

are a bit like that. And when people, clients

come into my office, if you imagine right on

the top, if you remove the block right on the

top and there's all these other blocks supporting

underneath, they come in. They've got the PTSD.

We want to help them. We go in, we try and remove

or nuke or delete or put into quarantine topical, right.

That problem with PTSD to one side we think we've

done our job. We've done the best that we're

that we think that we can do what we've been told to do.

But that structure, all the other blocks are there.

These five patterns are chronicity that I'm

going to go over later is everything that's left.

So sometimes a client will come with me. They

have that specific problem. And I never address

that specific problem. But when I start to breakdown

those five patterns that they come in with,

miraculously that problem that they came in

with, the presenting problem, remember the

problems, never really the problem, but the

PTST or the unresolved trauma disappears and it lasts.

And I know that will last for most people because

I follow up with my clients for up to two years.

And the ones that respond to my follow-up tell

me, luke, we never actually dealt with my smoking.

You never even talked about in this session.

But I just don't want to smoke anymore. So this

is one of the most powerful. Things if you want

to be an even greater, more powerful agent of

change, this is one of the most powerful things

that you could do. But like I say, the first thing

is acknowledging them. Who's ready to hear

these five patterns? Excellent.

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