Steve Andreas

Steve Andreas
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

April 28th 2017


Nick Kemp

The greatest contribution is the use of pure process interventions for an infinite variety of content. For instance, the phobia cure uses a submodality change in visual perspective to change the response to any terrifying experience – whether the content is spiders, heights, stuffed olives (my all-time favourite) not seeing the feet (runner-up) or a memory of hand-to-hand military combat. This greatly simplifies ‘trauma work’, because all you need to know about the problem is that the client is associated into a terrifying memory. Without knowing the content, or altering it in any way, you can offer a process intervention that will change their terror into the more objective feelings of an outside observer of the same event. The same...

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