by Laura Seebauer, Gitta Jacob
Imagery rescripting is an experiential technique for the reduction of negative feelings, which are presumably related to biographical experiences. Based on the current problematic feeling, memory images are processed in such a way that the associated negative feelings are replaced by desired feelings. Thus, trauma-associated memory images, such as flashbacks, which are associated with memories of physical or sexual abuse and which occur for example in post-traumatic stress disorder and borderline personality disorders, can be processed. It can also help treat negative emotions such as shame, anger, guilt, or fear, which are presumably related to previous experiences.
This book informs about the historical background and the theoretical assumptions on the mechanisms of action. Numerous examples illustrate the practical implementation and handling of typical problems when using imagery rescripting.
• medical and psychological
• specialists in psychiatry and
• specialists in psychosomatic
medicine and psychotherapy
• clinical psychologists,
• students and teachers in
and continuing education
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- ISBN/Identifier 9783801728212
- Publication Country or regionGermany
- Primary Price 19.95 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleImaginatives Überschreiben
- Copyright Year2021
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