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Bullying; Acceptance of Diagnosis of Diabetes Type 1 (Read 582 times)
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Bullying; Acceptance of Diagnosis of Diabetes Type 1
08.12.15 at 11:44:47
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Submitted by Bikram Deol
Background of Client's Symptoms and/or reason for visit:

Being bullied at school for being a diabetic
Anxious about going to school
Hating his diabetes
Blood sugar not well regulated
Treatment Flow
The Client, a 15 year old boy, had developed type 1 diabetes after an illness three years ago. He was having difficulty coming to terms with his condition and was rebelling against it by not monitoring and controlling his blood sugar.
The first session focussed on using the techniques of psychological reversal, eye rotations and fears and phobias to balance the Client's energy.
The second session checked and reinforced the corrections from the first treatment; the Clinet was already more accepting of his condition.
In the third session his stomach, spleen, liver and kidney channels were balanced.
Treatment Outcome
On returning to school after the summer holidays, the Client reported that he had not experienced any bullying at all. He said that he was now monitoring and controlling his blood sugar and his diabetic nurse was pleased by his change of attitude.
Client Homework
There is no ongoing homework for the client. He has taken responsibility for monitoring and regulating his blood sugar.
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