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Posted Oct 07 2009 11:57am

09_blogging-badge21 The day has finally come! Today is the day HEAL MY PTSD, LLC, launches its monthly radio series on BlogtalkRadio. (Have you checked out the shows we’ve already hosted??)

To kickoff this series - which will cover a wide range of PTSD issues, attitudes, and topics - I’ve invited Bob Stahn to be our guest. A Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor Bob will share how an imagery based process helps progress trauma and PTSD healing.

DID YOU MISS THE LIVE INTERVIEW? CLICK ON THE TITLE LINK BELOW TO HEAR THE ARCHIVE!

Join us live today at 11am EST. To listen to the call click on the show title:

USING IMAGERY RESCRIPTING AND REPROCESSING THERAPY (IRRT) TO HEAL PTSD

radio-mikelauz If you’d like to participate on the call and ask Bob questions about this technique you may phone in: 347.647.1847.

Curious to know more about Bob and IRRT? Read this article recently published about the work he does — and the success he sees in healing PTSD.

There was an intersting article in the Journal of Cognitive Psychology about imagery rescripting and its use in therapy. The article suggests:

The use of imagery in psychotherapy has received surprisingly little attention from researchers despite its long history in psychology and the significance of imagery in a number of psychological disorders. One procedure warranting increased attention is imagery rescripting, an imagery technique in which an image is modified in some way to decrease distress. Imagery rescripting is relatively new with a small but growing empirical base. This article briefly reviews hypothesized mechanisms for therapeutic change via imagery techniques, emphasizing imagery rescripting, and how they might be relevant in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

To read more of this article about imagery rescripting, click here.

In raising awareness about invisible illness it’s important to also raise awareness about what heals invisible illness! Anyone tried IRRT? Let us know what you think about it by leaving a comment!

(Photo: MikeLauz)

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