Handbook of Therapeutic Imagery Techniques

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Imagery has risen to become one of the hottest issues in both clinical and experimental cognitive psychology. Specifically, during the last two decades, the use of imagery in health care has gained widespread acceptance, and an ever-growing number of health professionals are eager to add imagery techniques to their repertoire. While this is true, literature on the subject remains for the most part scattered and inaccessible. This book constitutes the editor’s endeavor to bring together a host of imagery techniques from a variety of sources. As such, almost all that is worth knowing about imagery techniques is included in this comprehensive resource. Techniques are presented simply and clearly and all health practitioners will find this book eminently usable in their diagnostic and therapeutic work. The Handbook of Therapeutic Imagery Techniques consists primarily of a description of a multitude of imagery techniques. These approaches have been loosely grouped into four major categories: hypno-behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic/humanistic and humanistic/transpersonal.
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Brings together many imagery techniques from a variety of sources, for all health practitioners. Approaches are grouped in four categories of hypnobehavioral, cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic/humanistic, and humanistic/transpersonal. Some techniques described include imagery- related techniques in neuro-linguistic programming, tsubo imagery psychotherapy, and transformational fantasy. An introductory chapter offers a historical overview of imagination in disease and healing processes. Sheikh teaches psychology at Marquette University and psychiatry at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He is past president of the American Association for the Study of Mental Imagery. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780895032164
  • Publisher: Baywood Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2002
  • Series: Imagery and Human Development Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 422
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents


Imagination in Disease and Healing Processes: A Historical
Perspective, Carol E. McMahon and Anees A. Sheikh


Relaxing Images in Hypnobehavioral Therapy, W. S. Kroger and W. D. Fezler
Visualization Techniques and Altered States of Consciousness, Errol R. Korn
Imagery in Autogenic Training, Anees A. Sheikh and Karen Jacobsen
Imagery-Related Techniques in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Melissa J. Klein, Adreana A. Scimeca,
Amardeep S. Kaleka, and Anees A. Sheikh


Imagery Techniques in Cognitive Behavior Treatments of Anxiety and Trauma, Robert J. Lueger
Imagery Rescripting Therapy for Trauma Survivors with PTSD, Mervin R. Smucker, Jo Weis, and Brad Grunert
Imagery Scripts for Changing Lifestyle Patterns, Jeanne Achterberg, Barbara Dossey, and Leslie Kolkmeier
Imagery Exercises for Health, Gerald Epstein
Imagery Techniques in the Work of Maxwell Maltz, M. Michael Ishii


The Oneirotherapies, Nancy C. Much and Anees A. Sheikh
Eidetic Psychotherapy Techniques, Anees A. Sheikh
Techniques in Psycho-Imagination Therapy, Joseph E. Shorr
Imagery Techniques in the Work of Mike and Nancy Samuels, John S. Kruck
Gendlin’s Focusing Techniques, Julie H. Tynion
Imagery Techniques in Emotive Reconstructive Therapy, James K. Morrison
Imagery in the Work of Ira Progoff, LaRee D. Naviaux
Animal Imagery, The Chakra System, and Psychotherapy, Eligio Stephen Gallegos
Tsubo Imagery Psychotherapy, Seiichi Tajima and Gosaku Naruse
Conception Imagery Exercise: Journey to Beginning, Beverly Carol Stokes and Louis Stokes


Images and Death Psychology: The Legacy of Carl Jung, Dorothy Sawyer
Imagery Techniques in Psychosynthesis, L. Martin Moleski, M.
Michael Ishii and Anees A. Sheikh
Imagery Techniques in the Work of Jean Houston, Shirley Bankier
Transformational Fantasy, John T. Shaffer
Good Health Imaging, Anees A. Sheikh and Katharina S. Sheikh
Guided Meditation, Ram Dass and Stephen Levine
Imagery-Related Meditations, Pir Vilayat Inayat Khan


Imagery and the Conquest of Time: Selected Therapeutic Techniques
from Various Sources, Sundar Ramaswami


Techniques to Enhance Imaging Ability, Anees A. Sheikh, Katharina
S. Sheikh, and L. Martin Moleski


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