: Carol Forgash, LCSW, BCD
Springer Publishing Company
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Therefore, the therapist might then ask, “Is it good you can see that now?” If the
client says, “Yes,” the therapist can assume that the new information is
experienced as helpful
and install it as a resource with an additional set of eye
movements. ... some degree of safety in the therapist's office. For most
dissociative clients, a sufficient sense of relative present safety can be developed
over repeated experiences of being
understood and accepted by the therapist.
However, for some people ...