The Rapid Reintegration Procedure
The Rapid Reintegration Procedure has evolved from Analytical Hypnotherapy and Ego State Hypnotherpay. It has been streamlined to include only the essential elements without impairing effectiveness. Although the procedure asserts that the process of hypnosis is maintained throughout, there is no attempt to induce a state of hypnosis. The procedure is based on the assumption that, emotional disorders arise from the presence of dissociated distressed ego states formed during traumatic experiences in childhood. It detects these ego states and reintegrates them into the prime personality, resolving previous unconscious conflicts and alleviating symptoms. This is accomplished without verbalization of the experiences respoonsible for the unconscious distress, accomplishing the same goals as ego state hypnotherapy but requiring less of the therapist's time. This book will present both the theory and practice of ego state hyhpnotherapy as practiced in the Rapid Reintegration Procedure.
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Theory of Ego State Hypnotherapy
The Function of the Emotions
The Rapid Reintegration Process in Resolution
Uncovering Ego States
The RAPID REINTEGRATION PROCEDURE RRP
Incidence of Negative Birth Experience
Age at Onset of Abuse
How To Do
Philosophy of Attitude Toward Patients
Overview of the Rapid Reintegration Procedure
Identification of Feelings
Accessing Adult Resources Adult ego affect bridge Analytical Hypnotherapy anger Answer ask the patient Assertiveness Training Barnett behaviour cognitive therapy communication Confirmation of Resolution critical event Critical Experience defense Detaching Distressed Ego discomfort dissociated ego ego state hypnotherapy ego strengthening emotions Experience and Dissociated eyes father fear feelings associated feelings Frame Forgiveness Future Pacing guilt he/she Head nods yes him/her hostile Parent ego hurt hypnosis hypnotic identify ideomotor intake interview let go main personality memory mother multiple personality disorder negative birth experience nod your head okay old uncomfortable feelings Parent/Child conflict prenatal present problem protect psychotherapy Rapid Reintegration Procedure real parent remain repressed Resources for Resolution responsible role RRP session RRP therapist sexual abuse sleep apnea smile back stage fright Strengthening and Assertiveness suggestions Symptom Orientation talk techniques tell test anxiety therapy Tkach transactional analysis unconscious communication unconscious mind uncovering