From action to insight: Uses of Post-Enactment Processing in the action therapies
Action therapy techniques provide vivid experiences that, in themselves, often promote therapeutic change via insight. Applicable to all action therapies, verbal Post-Enactment Processing (PEP) provides reflection, questioning and associations during the verbal discourse that may follow therapeutically guided enactments. Ways of conducting PEP to facilitate insight are described in detail through a case example drawn from Rehearsals for Growth (RfG) couples therapy.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Central Connecticut State University
Publication date: 01 October 2017
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