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In the present study a comparison was made between two groups of clients where two different strengthening techniques were used: the Absorption Technique and Positive Self Image. At the time of the study none were EMDR clients. The beauty of the…

43 athletes from many kind of sport like football, wushu, shooting, tae kwon do, gymnastics, athletics and billiards complained lack of confidence and anxious related bad experience in competitions they have been followed before. In general, though…

This study explored differences in recall accuracy following experimental manipulations of two elements specific to two common approaches to trauma treatment – inducing saccadic eye movements during imagery rehearsal (Eye Movement Desensitization and…

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The Wedging or Strengthening Technique (Kiessling, 1999) has been modified in Germany and is called The Absorption Technique to create resources to deal with what the client is concerned about in the future, for example, a stressful partner, a…

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The Absorption Technique for Children is a protocol that was derived from the work of Arne Hofmann (2003) who based his work on an adaptation of "The Wedging Technique" (Kiessling, 2009). The Absorption Technique for Children is a resource technique…

The Absorption that allows an athlete, a surgeon, an astronaut or a musician to get into the Zone, i.e., to block out all distractions unrelated to performance has been assessed by Tellegen, Csikszentmihalyi and others in self-report measures. It…
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