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Table 2 Clinical symptoms observed to be ended by applying the therapeutic reconsolidation process (from Ecker 2018, p. 31)

From: How the Science of Memory Reconsolidation Advances the Effectiveness and Unification of Psychotherapy

Symptoms endeda
Aggressive behavior
Agoraphobia
Alcohol abuse
Anger and rage
Anxiety
Attachment-pattern-based behaviors and distress
Attention deficit problems
Codependency
Complex trauma symptomology
Compulsive behaviors of many kinds
Couples’ problems of conflict/communication/closeness
Depression
Family and child problems
Fidgeting
Food/eating/weight problems
Grief and bereavement problems
Guilt
Hallucinations
Indecision
Low self-worth, self-devaluing
Panic attacks
Perfectionism
Procrastination/inaction
Psychogenic/psychosomatic pain
PTSD symptoms
Sexual problems
Shame
Underachieving
Voice/speaking/singing problems
  1. aAn online bibliography of published case examples indexed by symptom is available at https://bit.ly/2tKXdyX