This table is a summary of the 6-and-a-half steps by which we can conceive of the late 19th century medical model frame of therapy having been deconstructed and broken down over the last 100 years. It is a summary of an article published in 'Therapy Today' under the same title. The client's wound can be seen as refusing to be segregated and ring-fenced within the dualistic frame which medical model assumptions had erected around therapy. The client's wound can be seen as entering the client's non-verbal process within the consulting room, their perception of therapy and therapist (transference), their experience of the therapist (embodied transference). Beyond that, the clients wound can be seen as jumping into the therapist's experience (countertransference), and beyond that into supervision.