DVD 1 Imagery Rescripting

1 Therapist Explains Rationale                  

2 Imagery for Assessment                                                  

3 Imagery Rescripting with No Antagonist                                               

4 Imagery Rescripting Punitive Antagonist

5 Imagery Rescripting Demanding Antagonists

6 Imagery Rescripting Guilt inducing Antagonist

7 Imagery Rescripting Using Fantasy

8 Forming Image of Healthy Adult

9 Coaching Client to Rescript Image

10 Client Rescripts Image (Punitive antagonist)

11 Client Rescripts Image (Demanding antagonist)

12 Future Imagery- Pattern Breaking


DVD 2 Imagery Rescripting –Challenges

1 Client Doesn’t Want to Do Imagery: “Stealth Imagery”

2 Client Doesn’t Want to Do Imagery: Cognitive Approaches

3 Client Doesn’t Want to Close Eyes

4 Client Has no Safe Place

5 Mode Work with Unwilling Client

6 Chair work; Client Detached and Unwilling

7 Client unwilling to do imagery

8 Very Strong Overcompensation- Resistance and Unwillingness   

9 ‘I Can’t do Imagery’ –Neutral Image Current Life

10 ‘I Can’t do Imagery’ –Neutral Image Growing Up

11 Recollecting Not Experiencing

12 Not wantingTherapist to Enter Image

13 Can’t Take Child’s Perspective

14 Client Wants to Change Parents

15 Too Overwhelmed –Grounding


DVD 3 Imagery Rescripting- Specialist Areas and Therapist’s Pitfalls

Specialist areas

1 Eating disorder- Fighting Punitive Antagonist

2 Eating disorder- Rescripting Absent Parents

3 Flash Forwards (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

4 Recurrent Nightmares


Therapist Pitfalls

1 Imagery- Not Enough Strength

2 Imagery Too Fast/Rational

3 Imagery Too Slow/Detailed

4 Asking Client to Rescript Too Early