There is a constant flow of images through the human mind. This fertile outpouring can be an important dimension of the therapeutic process. Psycho-Imagination Therapy, as developed by Joseph E. Shorr, uses as one of its major modalities the Imaginary Situation (IS). Other modalities, including the Self-and-Other Question, Finish-the-Sentence, the Most or Least Question, are discussed in Shorr’s books, Psycho-Imagination Therapy (1972), and Psychotherapy Through Imagery (1974).
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