M.O.T.T – Camilla Ghazala

Senior Therapist – Coach – Trainer – Speaker

FAQs

I strongly advise you discuss all medication matters with your prescriber, and if following this, you begin to move towards reducing your medication there is an agreed structured plan that you and your prescriber can review on a regular basis.

Cost benefit analysis: adequate, balanced information about benefits and side effects both short and long term.

Likely duration?

Indications to stop?

Potential difficulties upon ceasing – including possible withdrawal symptoms?

Questions sourced from Dr Russ Harris

Whether you take medication, are planning on starting or have taken medication in the past, engaging in effective personal development can only improve your relationship with yourself, others and your day-to-day life.

Workability: Is it working to help you be the person you want to be, and act more effectively, to build the sort of life you want?

Are the benefits outweighing the costs, ie side effects etc, or vice versa?

Questions sourced from Dr Russ Harris

Whether you take medication, are planning on starting or have taken medication in the past, engaging in effective personal development can only improve your relationship with yourself, others and your day-to-day life.

Some clients may require medication for the long term. In these cases, effective personal development reduces the intensity, frequency and duration of their presentations and relapses.

Some clients who have engaged in safe and effective personal development, and with their prescriber have actioned a reduction and cessation plan, can navigate life without medication.

Some clients may, over a period of time, reduce their medication and find a ‘holding’ level that works for them.

Occasionally clients may be advised, for a variety of reasons, that therapy is not appropriate at this time. The reasons would be transparently explained and advice given for more appropriate alternatives.

Those looking for a magic wand! 

Those who do not have the time, space and finances to commit to a course of work.

Therapy is like going to the gym, we have to turn up (whether we feel like it or not), engage and commit to the process.

Productive development is always feasible when we commit.