Neuroscientists describe reconsolidation as applicable to the erasure of fear memories and traumas. Is Coherence Therapy restricted to treating fears and traumas?
Coherence Therapy is a completely generalized model of the same process, so it is not limited to specific types of problem. Practitioners have applied the process successfully for many types of symptoms and associated, underlying emotional implicit memory, such as those centered upon loss, powerlessness, attachment patterns, despair, aloneness, low self-worth, anger, autonomy, injustice, and many others, as well as fear, anxiety and panic. When Ecker and Hulley were studying profound change events in their therapy sessions, they were looking for a process pattern that remained the same for all memory contents and types of symptoms. This resulted in identifying a broadly applicable process and techniques for carrying out that process for a wide range of presenting complaints.
- The terminology is confusing: neuroscientists refer to the entire process as "reconsolidation," but isn’t it the very last stage of the process where reconsolidation occurs?
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