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Expanding the Cognitive Therapy Model: Imagery, Meditation, and Hypnosis

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This article describes various types of imagery-based interventions, including meditation, variations of imagery, and hypnosis. Comparisons and contrasts are made among the different techniques developed over the years and examples of each are given. The techniques are conceptually based on a model of individual differences in hypnotic ability or susceptibility. Implications for therapeutic practice are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2004

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