Written by: Lane Gormley, EdS, LPC, NCC
(*This Client is not identified by the title she gave us but by a similar one)
Before I tell you about the Client called the Duchess of the Netherlands, I want to say a word about diagnosis. When doctors diagnose a Patient, they are saying how they conceptualize, and how they intend to treat, that patient’s symptoms. There can, therefore, be several possible diagnoses of one patient’s symptoms, depending on who the doctor is and what he thinks. So, diagnosis is less about the Patient than it is about the doctor.