I never thought that it was a real life story. Who would ever think that a person who seems to be a lost soul and confused in his life became a good professional doctor. In the story there are a lot of nice messages and scenes taught by the characters that we should apply in our daily life, one of these are Mr. Arthur Mendelson, a man who has a diagnosis of “Genius Syndrome” and the one who loves to ask how many you see in his four fingers, He taught to Patch “Never focus on the problem. If you focus in the problem, you can’t see the solution” and, “See what no one else sees, see what everyone else chooses not to see out of fear and conformity and laziness. See the whole world anew each day.” I think these are the sayings which Patch Adams gets an idea to help Mr. Rudy, the man who has a delusion about the squirrels. Patch really knows that the squirrels doesn’t really exist in their room be he didn’t focus about Rudy’s delusions hence; he seeks an idea how Rudy will get rid about the squirrels. In our daily life when we engage with the different troublesome, we always look it as a bad endeavor and get pity to ourselves. We merely think of how we can solve it. Possibly in somewhat we think, thinking a good solution will conform us to discover a new wisdom that will lead us in dread and risk. Another scene that catches my attention is when Patch asks the patient’s name. Most of the people likely, the professionals call others by their last name, since this is the school taught us that it is the polite manner for calling names, without awareness that they can capture the heart of the person by calling their first name. In that scene Patch breaks the indifference of the patient and professionals with unconsciously builds a trust, a little transference and compassion to the patient. In the relation of Psychotherapy, Patch uses the Eclectic Psychotherapy in the combination of Group therapy and the Cognitive-Behavioral therapy in the form of Laughter...
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