In this chapter, we will illustrate the process of differential treatment planning by discussing an actual case assessed and treated by one of the authors (PBR). Because of the need for detailed transcripts of the treatment, and also the need for a patient stable and cooperative enough to provide follow-up and reactions to the treatment, we selected an outpatient with considerable assets and a somewhat focal problem suitable for time-limited intervention. Thus, this particular case is better suited for following the intricacies of the therapy process than for following the complications in differential treatment planning. For the application of differential therapeutics across diagnostic categories. 65 pp.