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(p. 97) Working with intrusive day-time images 

(p. 97) Working with intrusive day-time images
(p. 97) Working with intrusive day-time images

Ann Hackmann

, James Bennett-Levy

, and Emily A. Holmes

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date: 21 October 2020

This chapter examines methods of working with negative day-time images that the client experiences as relating to the present or the future, and which are not recognized as memories. These include methods to engage the client (socialization), methods to reflect upon the content and significance of the image (assessment, evocation, and micro-formulation), and methods to prompt for change using a variety of techniques (discrimination, transformation, and making a bridge to the past).

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