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Jun
12
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One of the striking features of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), as well as progressive counting (PC), is that the therapy action seems to occur entirely inside the client’s mind. This has led some people to proclaim that, for these methods, the therapy relationship is superfluous. Early on in PC’s development, I conducted brief post-session interviews to learn more about the client’s experience. What struck me in one case (that I wrote up) was how important the therapy relationship seemed to be, despite limited interaction during PC. This was a client I considered to be…
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