8th American Advanced Clinical Course
October — November 1954, 26 lectures
Intensive Procedure was now the mainstay of auditing practice and in these lectures Ron looks at the fundamentals lying back of them. The how and why of their workability rely on the conditions of havingness and present time and these receive much emphasis here. Exteriorization could be accomplished by re-establishing thoroughly enough a person's communication with the environment. Hence, the emphasis on Objective Processing here. Many of the processes of Intensive Procedure are still in use today on the Expanded Lower Grades.