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Case Study: Exam Stress and Panic Attacks at University
 
Gender: Female Age: 20-25 Presenting problem: Anxiety, Exam Stress and Panic Attacks at University Treatment modality: BWRT® Number of sessions: 1 V was in the first year of an under-graduate degree course and feeling overwhelmed. She was very ambitious for the future and set herself high standards in her coursework. Now, with deadlines looming and exams just around the corner, she found that a... Read more
 
Written by: Benefit Therapy 31 December 2017
Comfort Eating and How to Stop: A Case Study
 
Gender: Male Age: 40 - 45 Presenting problem: Comfort Eating and Hot Sausage Rolls Treatment modality: BWRT® Number of sessions: 1 The client presented as overweight and frustrated with life, and himself. He had been in the same job for nearly two decades and, whilst it was not overly stressful, he longed for a more rewarding career. Recently, the client had embarked on a course of learning in the field... Read more
 
Written by: Benefit Therapy 13 January 2017
Fixing a Difficult Relationship with BWRT®
 
Gender: Female Age: 30 -35 Presenting Problem: Difficult Relationship with Mother Treatment Modality: BWRT® Number of Sessions: One The client was struggling with the difficult relationship she had with her mother. Although an adult with children of her own now, she no longer wanted to put up with her mother’s critical and discouraging ways, especially whilst her children were young and impressionable.... Read more
 
Written by: Benefit Therapy 7 August 2016
Case Study: Fixing a Smoking Habit and an Unexpected Guilty Secret
 
Gender: Female Age: 40-45 Presenting problem: Smoking Habit and an Unexpected Guilty Secret Treatment modality: BWRT® Number of sessions: 1 The client wanted to stop smoking and displayed a strong motivational desire to quit, expressing her great fear of developing lung cancer - not just of her life being cut short but of the painful, drawn-out death it would mean. She was vibrant and ambitious with plans... Read more
 
Written by: Benefit Therapy 24 July 2016