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(p. 113) Using imagery to work with upsetting memories 

(p. 113) Using imagery to work with upsetting memories
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(p. 113) Using imagery to work with upsetting memories
Author(s):

Ann Hackmann

, James Bennett-Levy

, and Emily A. Holmes

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199234028.003.0009
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date: 28 October 2020

This chapter examines imagery that the client clearly recognizes to be a memory representation. It focuses on memories, which either intrude or are considered significant because they have thematic and emotional similarity with the current distressing felt sense. Such memories may be identified spontaneously by the client, or by starting with the felt sense and using the emotional bridge technique

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