It has become obligatory for any products sold on the internet to carry a legal disclaimer.
You’ve read them: “The following material is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a doctor….”
And they go on to recommend that you consult with a doctor before embarking on whatever program is being offered. They conclude with the publisher disclaiming any legal responsibility for adverse consequences.
I will urge anyone who feels that they need the disclaimer’s protection and counsel to stop reading, close this tab and find some other more conventional way of helping your child and your family. Then this is not for you.
My working principle as a coach, mind trainer and change agent is that the most important consultation is the one a person has with him- or herself.
Mental Healthcare starts with personal responsibility.
Parenting is personal responsibility.
Any disclaimers that suggest otherwise does a great disservice.
So to answer your question.
It certainly is my hope and expectation that you will see results from Reclaiming Hope that reach far beyond what you have seen with conventional methods. You might not.
I have never heard of a child or a parent that got mentally ill from Externalization. I have heard of cases, where the practitioner aware or unaware manipulated with the mind of the client with poor outcomes. I go to great length in the program to help you tread lightly and ethically towards your child. Luckily your child will stop working with you if you don’t behave. In the end, you need to take responsibility for how you work with your child. If you are not ready for that, you should not go through this program. If you are ready to explore, you can consider doing it in the comfort of a supportive community where you can ask all your questions and get great answers.
I am not anti-medicine nor anti-therapy, – and I think that you should do your own evaluations of the effect of any medicine or therapy. Evaluate the insight into your child’s mental health of any professional that gets to affect your decisions about your child. Be hard on them, question their authority when it comes to your child. If they can’t take your critical questions, you should ask more.
So, feel free to stay in whatever process you are in. That one is on you.
And if you find that Reclaiming Hope and the effects of Externalization helps you forward, – feel free to evaluate with or without your doctor what other processes you need to be a part of. I can’t help you there.