As a philosophy, it treats breakage and repair as part of the history of an object, rather than something to disguise.
So, is it for you?
You are not compatible with first cause therapy if you:
- continuously consider yourself in need of help;
- cling to over-rationalize everything;
- concern yourself more with confirming your own ideas than with exploring new perspectives and possibilities;
- come to therapy after somebody else convinced you that the good thing to do is come to therapy;
- adopt the “pill attitude” just waiting passively for the good things to happen to you.
Problems out of first cause therapy’s scope:
- mental handicaps and sever mental disabilities;
- heart conditions (people suffering from heart conditions but looking to solve other type of problems might be suitable for a focused awareness session);
- problems of other people from your life (except infant mother situations);
- relatives in coma states;
- the ability to go through intense emotions;
- the ability to sustain a conscious introspective process;
- body and emotion awareness;
- a healthy enabled mind.