Revisioning: Mirror Therapy for Unresolved Grief presents a groundbreaking new technique for the treatment of persistent complex bereavement. This difficult-to-treat phenomenon is characterized by depression, anxiety, and particularly the loss of identity and yearning following death, divorce, or estrangement. The mirror neuron network of the brain becomes broken during prolonged grief. Revisioning, adapted from mirror therapy for phantom limb pain, has been found to repair two of the brain networks involved, while significantly reducing prolonged grief. This book includes case studies, research on the effectiveness of Revisioning, and brain mechanisms involved in grief and its treatment with Revisioning.
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About the Author
Dr. Mark Rider is a psychologist in Southlake, TX. He has authored numerous scholarly journal articles and books, including The Rhythmic Language of Health and Disease.