Talk:Aetiotropic

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ETM, supported by its clinical component (TRT), identifies and then reverses psychological trauma etiology. It is a medical term that refers to the source of a disease or problem. 'Reversal' means expunge, do away with, remove. Reverse etiology and behavioral symptoms will not manifest. Thus, ETM is curative of psychological trauma from its etiological source to its symptomatic reactions. That chronological treatment order of source to its response accounts for the meaning of 'etiotropic' in Etiotropic Trauma Management.

Ollie 02:27, 4 May 2006 (UTC)