Alternative Fingers

One therapist discusses the various options available when it is not possible to use fingers from both hands in order to use IMR to gain subconscious information.

Reproduced by kind permission of
Mandy Shirvell, 2007

I have recently started treating a patient with a weight problem. This poor lady is very overweight – to the point where she has to use crutches to walk. Absolutely no problems with relaxation, responses etc., and last week she went along perfectly with the verbal yes/no responses.

I was rather concerned however, because it occurred to me during that session, that when I introduce IMR with her next time, that I can’t actually see over her to her right hand due to the sheer size of her.

So I had a number of options. Firstly, I could


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