Treatment of theses cases is complex.  In earlier phases very effective work can be done to relieve symptoms and to set the stage for modifying behaviour patterns.


The further advanced the collapse, the more powerfully entrenched the underlying programs - & the more separated are individuals from feedbacks needed to manage themselves.


Their systems have become chaotic. They have been responding to extreme signals generated beyond sustainable limits - excluding important awareness which would have kept them within a tolerable behaviour envelope.


Sufferers are usually unable to relax or rest in any proper sense - nor can they assess what are normal or sustainable levels of activity.  Habituated to artificially high tempo - more moderate options seem seem dull and under-stimulating.


They often find it difficult to accept a proper recuperative regime. Even those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome - ME often try to use the recovery phase to get back on the pace before energy reserves have been restored properly.


Such conditions usually require determined cognitive, hypnotic and psychotherapeutic work and a powerful process of re-education.  


These aim to re-connect the individual with true feedback from his own system and re-install a properly connected sense of self.  Of particular importance is the need to re-tune the person to fuller sensory and aesthetic awareness. A range of structured recuperative activities is necessary to install sources of pleasure and a fuller sense of living more fully in the sensory present.


Released from the old damaging patterns individuals can then recuperate and follow effective behaviour programs correctly attuned to their needs, capabilities and safe limits.


This is not necessarily a lengthy process. Five to ten sessions is normal to get a properly structured regime established. The time to full recovery is determined by the severity of the condition and willingness to co-operate in the development and pursuit of a well-structured program.


One needs to develop or regain a proper respects for one’s system, its natural rhythms and capacities.  There are no effective short cuts.


 Contact Keith Bibby     Copyright ©Keith Bibby - Clapham January 2011

                                                                                   

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   TREATMENT for Exhaustion Burnout Chronic Fatigue

                       Ericksonian - Outcome Oriented Approach

    Keith Bibby - 35 yrs Behavioural Science Experience


     Contact Keith Bibby                     bibbyk@globalnet.co.uk



    

Type-A


excessive striving


   workaholic

   perfectionist

   overachiever

Stress

 sleeping problems

  sleep deprivation


fatigue

  always tired

  exhaustion


headaches

  physical aches

  fibromyalgia


adrenal exhaustion

 anxiety symptoms

 excess sweating

 dizziness


wired

 agitated

 cant stop

        thinking  


detached

  out of touch

  can't make          decisions


panic

 panic attacks

 nervous

       exhaustion

       breakdown

Burnout

  no energy

  chronic fatigue

  syndrome / M. E.


Depression

   Hopelessness


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