There are many ways that guided imagery can be used to help mental health clients express their emotions and situations. Guided imagery is designed to have a client in a safe place, and while in that safe place explore painful memories and situations.
Academy for Guided Imagery
Information is provided about the Academy, the use of interactive guided imagery, what guided information can do for you, self-healing tools and information, comments by others on the AGI, self-care tests, FAQs, audio clips, contacting the AGI, media information, related links, and locating a practitioner. Professionals can find information on training programs, information services, conferences, and books.
Center for Conscious Living - Illinois
Carol B. Low, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist licensed in Illinois and Indiana. Practice includes using guided imagery to address: ADHD, eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, phobias, trauma, abuse, grief, marriage and other relationships, and self-esteem. Other services are support groups, lectures, and articles.
Guided Imagery, Inc. - Ohio
Information on stress and the use of guided imagery, including research results. Diane Tusek, RN and BSN, offers services, lectures, staff training, and imagery cassette tapes.
Rajan's Mind-Body Page
Personal web page with a self-authored article explaining guided imagery, with case notes and references.
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