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Monthly Archives: May 2004

  1. Guided Imagery is starting to install some impulse control in youth

    A social worker reports how guided imagery is starting to install some impulse control into the incarcerated youth he works with, increasing the period of time between thought and retaliatory deed..
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  2. Should one use photos to make the visualization of imagery correct?

    A woman asks how physiologically accurate her imagery needs to be in order to heal her physical condition, which involves impaired blood cells and a poorly functioning spleen. And will photos help?
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  3. Gender differences in the relationship between acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disord

    Researchers from The University of New South Wales find that the presence of dissociation and acute stress disorder after a motor vehicle accident more accurately predicts the later acquisition of PTSD in women than men..
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  4. May 24, 2004

    Greetings, everyone! We just had a wonderful, ConferenceWorks! weekend workshop at Lake Tahoe with the new guided imagery content, Healing Journeys, about imagery for healing, creativity and change. It was a lot of fun, with a wonderful group. People did some pretty deep personal and professional work, too, needless to say.
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  5. Cognitive-behavioral therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders.

    Cognitive-behavioral therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders.
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  6. Youth corrections counselor uses meditation with troubled youth

    A youth corrections counselor describes how strongly his troubled preteens and teens, desperately in need of self-soothing skills, calm themselves down by listening to guided imagery and learning various meditation skills..
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  7. desktop spa

    An employer is baffled as she tries to get into our fabulous at-the-screen Healer App, What is she doing wrong, she asks BR. BR gives her the secret formula and all is well. ..
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  8. May 17, 2004

    I’m looking forward to seeing many of you this week, at the Las Vegas Hilton May 20th for the U.S. Journal Training Women’s Conference, and at the Resort at Squaw Valley at Lake Tahoe May 22-23rd for my brand new, 9 CEU workshop on imagery and healing..
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  9. lunchtime meditation program utilizes Desktop Spa

    A resourceful EAP psychologist starts a new lunchtime meditation program for employees at work, using DesktopSpa as the follow-up resource, and with such success, she now needs a bigger room..
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  10. Seminary student looks for guidance with Christian friendly meditation

    A seminary student asks about pointers for offering Christian-friendly contemplative meditation that would be better suited for people who score high on the "P" scale of the Meyers-Briggs scale..
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