THE P.A.T. METHOD
THERAPEUTIC ANEVROTIC PROCESS
Individual psychic formation begins early in the life of the individual; In this way, personality is composed, that is the way to understand and react to the reality of life. A dysfunction in this learning leads to unsuitable opposition to the obstacles of existence that are not recognized and avoided.
This approach remains stable unless there is an advantageous mental mutation that can improve previous learning.
By its intrinsic characteristic, the Therapeutic Anevrotic Process (TAP) aims to recompose the personality condition by restoring its balance and returning to create a logic of behavior, otherwise dissolved in fragility Individual.
HOW DOES IT WORK
The Therapeutic Anevrotic Process, PAT, is a clinical psychology approach aimed at acting in the personality of the subject. It is a form of communication that is produced between therapist and the individual who requires his intervention.
It produces a communication that does not go through the usual steps between the interlocutors, a condition that probably composes the first child learning, on which the personality is formed in the course of existence.
PAT acts in adulthood by reformulating the inwardness component with which the individual activates emotional learning.
Crucially, this communicative condition takes shape if the condition of Anevrosis exists to which the therapist must have already had acces
The path that led to the condition defined as Anevrosis consisted in detachment from the emotional condition that involves the desire to evaluate every aspect of reality in order to satisfy one’s neurotic conditions, broken down in fear and desire.
In the anevrosis therefore lacks the intimate and human request to expect and promote a particular combination between reality and the emotions that result.
Psychotherapy is not a drug that is taken physically and although it often has significant somatic repercussions, it is a way to achieve a permanent mental well-being condition for the individual himself. It happens frequently that the person at the end of his journey turns back and wonder how he could survive the suffering he had accumulated. Thus begins a new life story.
It is difficult to predict (if not through experience and hypotheses); however, the first variations are faster than you are led to believe.
Certainly participation and intensity are needed; in this sense we can say that the subject composes from time to time, one encounter after another, his own condition.
The PAT – Therapeutic Anevrotic Process can lead to the restoration of emotional and psychological stability.