Self-Talk Identification, Questioning & Revision (Siqr)

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Blossom Meghan Jessalyn
Sess Press, 2011 - Psychology - 128 pages
Self-talk Identification, Questioning & Revision (SIQR) is a set of specific techniques within the general rubrics of cognitive-behavioral, experiential and "neuropsychological" therapies guided by late 20th and early 21st century research on brain function.As is the case with other cognitive therapies, the principal goal of SIQR is to assist the patient suffering from belief-induced anxiety, depression, compulsion, addiction or other unpleasant or troubling emotions and/or behaviors to look for, identify, examine, question and then revise, reformulate, or even wholly reject and replace the cognitive schemas that cause such emotions and behaviors. Unlike the earlier cognitive therapies, however, the precise methods are designed to trigger specific linkages of neural networks between various portions of the limbic systems and cerebral cortices in both brain hemispheres.

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