Noise Distraction

Noise Distraction

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Philip Ashton (2004)

I thought it may be of interested to relate what happened to me today as I feel I drew inspiration from some of the more experienced people at the conference and got the chance (albeit unplanned) to do some ad lib deepening and distraction.

The patient I was treating was on his sixth session with me and in previous sessions had commented on how he found the ‘relaxation scale’ difficult to use as he just got plain bored with it. I had used other techniques such as giving him an imaginary book to read which


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