3rd South African Advanced Clinical Course
January-February 1961, 17 lectures.
Ron goes into much more detail about his discovery of the reasons causing a person the inability to have and the degrees of such inability as contained on the Prehavingness Scale. The scale lists every factor in sequence that prevent anyone from being fully interested in his or her case. The resolution of each level of the scale provided an undercut for any case. Ron found that these factors were particularly applicable to cases on the African continent but also found that the factors to resolve them applied to any case: help, control, communication, interest, overts and withholds. He discusses these principles, their anatomy and remedies at length here.