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(p. 49) Session 5: Rational Thought Replacement / Autogenic Training for Heaviness and Warmth 

(p. 49) Session 5: Rational Thought Replacement / Autogenic Training for Heaviness and Warmth
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(p. 49) Session 5: Rational Thought Replacement / Autogenic Training for Heaviness and Warmth
Author(s):

Michael H. Antoni

, Gail Ironson

, and Neil Schneiderman

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195327908.003.0006
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date: 27 January 2021

Chapter 6 discusses the fifth CBSM session. This session introduces autogenic training and instructs participants in imagery and passive concentration, and a heaviness and warmth autogenic exercise, along with the differences between irrational and rational self-talk, and steps to practice rational thought replacement.

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