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Guided Imagery Therapy

Guided Imagery is a form of hypnotherapy which uses visualization to improve an individual's emotional state of being by evoking feelings of relaxation. Based on the concept of mind-body connection this alternative technique is effective in reducing pain, stress and anxiety by integrating meditation with visualization. Under the direction of a therapist, persons struggling with addiction are able to tap into their subconscious in order to make emotional connections, thereby improving self-esteem and self-efficacy.

Other Potential Benefits of Guided Imagery During Addiction Treatment:

  • Effective emotional regulation and mood management
  • Improved ability to transfer learned skills to a variety of settings and situations as needed
  • Increased ability to self-soothe in stressful or anxiety-provoking situations
  • Greater self-control
  • Greater sense of optimism
  • Improved relationships and interpersonal skillsv
  • Better overall coping skills
  • Improved ability to self-motivate
  • Fewer emotional upheavals
  • Increased self-awareness
  • Less likeliness to engage in self-destructive or self-defeating behaviors
  • More positive, rational patterns of thinkingv
  • Less need for pain medication (for acute and chronic pain sufferers)
  • Decrease in recovery time following surgical procedures
  • Stronger immune functioning

Information provided above is courtesy of: https://www.dea.gov

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