Harvey, L, 1993. On TP and TPP Rating Sheets. Reformulation, ACAT News Autumn, p.x.
The TP and TPP rating sheet shown below was developed between a client and myself some time ago. I have found that this type of rating sheet works well for me and for my clients. The two major differences between it and the “original” rating sheet are:
On the front of each rating sheet is a space, under “method”, for a very brief outline of the TPP and a buzzword that is significant for the client as an abbreviated example of a typical TPP. On the reverse of the rating sheet each “method” is more exhaustively explained as a full-blown TPP. For clarity, I have included an actual example, with two TP’s. (‘The rating sheets can be adapted to include up to four “methods” per TP - in this case each TP will have its own rating sheet)
Method 1. Whenever I feel unhappy with my existence - often through an unfair experience
in life/work - rather than explore it I dam up the emotions with food. My self-disgust at such lack of control leads me to vomit (Actually my stomach is now unused to large meals, so I often feel uncomfortable after food even when I haven’t binged.)
Method 2. The thought of being alone with my thoughts is so disturbing that I fill my days with work, exercise and further studies, so that I feel permanently exhausted and rarely have time to eat properly. Not only does this affect my health - it acts as a permanent bar to reflection and personal growth. I no longer know what I am frightened of.
Method 1. I am driven by the need to succeed but paradoxically fear failure. Sometimes it is easier to accept defeat at the beginning so I do not try at all.
Method 2. Expectation of success frightens me so I perform badly in my own eyes and do not do justice to my abilities. This makes me feel miserable so that my opinion of my
abilities sinks and I feel even less confident next time.
Reverse side of Rating Sheet shown below
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