הומאופתיות והומאופתים יקרים,

קראו בעיון את המקרה הבא לקראת הסמינר ב 9-10.9.15

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בסמינר נעבוד עליו יחד.

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שלכם,

ד”ר הארדי.

Boy
Aged 9
Chief Complaints:  Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Behavioural problems
His mother says:  “He has difficulty controlling his anger.  He has been hitting and kicking me.  He has problems with his socialisation.”
The boy looks angry and hurt.
Question:  (to the patient) Is there anything you would like to tell me about?
Answer:  “Dad.”
Question:  Go on.
“He is very annoying.”
Question:  Go on.
“I hate him.  I’d like to find out where he lives and pound on his door and tell him why doesn’t he come and see me.”
c(He hasn’t seen his father for five years.)
Question:  What’s it like – not seeing him?
“Really lonely.  (He cries.)  I see other children with their Dads – it’s really annoying.”
Question:  Do you have any dreams?
“I have nightmares.”
Question:  Say a bit more about them.
“I have dreams of spying.  They’re horrible because your comrades die beside you.  Some of you get trapped and you have to go and save them.”
Question:  Go on.
“They’re held hostage.  They’re tied up and locked up in special reinforced chairs.  You know you’re alone and you can’t reach your weapons.”
Question:  Why can’t you reach your weapons?
“Because you’re tied up.  Your hands and legs.”
His mother says:  “He has nightmares a lot of the time.  Often he’s trapped somewhere, by monsters or by people or he has fallen down caverns and he has been caught on his spy missions and he is stuck in a dungeon.”
The patient says:
“You’re stuck in a corner.”
Question:  Go on.
“It happens at school when I’m bullied.  You come out of it with bruises and also you hurt other people and you don’t want to, so then you’re harmless, but then they punch you to death.  It’s really annoying.”
Question:  Say more about being trapped.
“Stuck in a corner – you can’t break out.  You’re stuck in a prison cell or there are people in a long line in front of you and you’re shoved in a corner.  There’s more than one line of people – there’s one on both sides.  Or you’re stuck up somewhere, maybe up a chimney, trying to get out and you can’t go up and the fire’s burning, the chimney’s too narrow, or there are planks of wood.”
Question:  Go on.
“People are holding you so you can’t get away.  They’re building a wooden shelter for you so you can’t get out.”
Question:  Go on.
“It’s dark and there’s a toilet but there’s hardly any food and you can’t see.  Or you’re shoved into a metal container with no lights or washing facilities, no food.
“I have another nightmare where they get hold of you and they suck your soul out.”
Question:  Describe it more.
“They suck your soul out by breathing in.”
Question:  Say more about spying.
“You’re super-intelligent.  You’re highly trained.  You hijack the enemy and take them to prison.”
Question:  Do you have any fears?
“People who are bigger than you, stronger than you.  Every time you wake there are bats and mice and spiders in the loft and you think you’re being stabbed and you’re waiting for an ambush.”
Question:  Describe it more.
“It really feels like being stalked.  Sometimes I hear a hissing.”
Question:  Say more about being stalked.
“Something quite small.”
Question:  Describe it more.
“It’s a black mamba.  It strangles and bites you or puts venom in you.”
His mother says:
“Before his current school he was incessantly bullied.  He was suicidal and his sense of self-worth completely disappeared.”
The patient says:
“The bullying was very painful.  They were quite small people but very strong and there was a pack of them.  They were coming from all sides, so I learned karate.”
Question:  Do you have any other fears?
“I have a feeling of being haunted.”
Question:  Describe it more.
“You know somebody and they’re still alive but you haven’t seen them for a long time, but you know they don’t remember you.  It makes you feel like you’re cursed or haunted because they totally forget you… ………….it’s the same as happened with Dad.”
Question:  Do you have any other fears?
“No.”
Question:  What about animals?
“Oh, one thing.  The black widow spider is really, really, really frightening.  If it bites you and you can be dead, you collapse down the staircase. It’s in Australia but I’m frightened it will come to England.”
Question:  What kind of foods do you like?
“Pasta.”
His mother says:  “He doesn’t like food he has to chew.  He doesn’t like meat – it sits in his mouth and he won’t swallow it.  He loves juices.  He is very restless.  He has no self-confidence.  It is 100% lacking.
“He has a wicked sense of humour – he can be very sarcastic.  He can be very wry and ironic.  He can have people in stitches – he acts the fool.”
Question:  What kind of clothes do you like?
“I like blue and green clothes when I’m doing my painting.  I like cool things.”
Question:  Describe this more.
“A t-shirt with dragons on.”
His mother says:  “He likes camouflage things very much.”
Patient:
“Oh yeah – I like to hide and ambush people.”
Question:  What would you like to do when you grow up?
“I want to be an assassin.”
Question:  Describe it for me.
“I want to be in the SAS.  They send in lone people, they find and kill.”
Question:  Describe it more.
“It’s not fun.  It’s lethal and deadly and you only have to do it once in a while and then you can be lazy for the rest of the time.  When you send in a bus squad it’s obvious but you would do it by maybe being their bodyguard.  And at the right time sneak into their bedroom and stab them.”
Question:  How would you kill them?
“I’d shoot them with a silencer, or I’d poison them, or I’d rub powder in their eyes to give them a slow and painful death.”

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