WHAT ARE THE APPLICATIONS OF SELECTIVE AWARENESS THERAPY [S.A.T]?
Theoretically, there are few physical and emotional symptoms that cannot be alleviated with S.A.T. However, the success of S.A.T. is directly proportional to the client’s motivation and ability to concentrate and usemental imagery.
S.A.T. is particularly well suited for use in a medical setting where holistic counseling can take place in cooperation with a team of medical personnel. However, therapists and counselors with training in psychology must be cautious about treating physical symptoms without first obtainingevidence that the client has had a complete medical checkup.
Psychosomatic complaints that respond particularly well to short-term treatment with S.A.T. include migraine headaches, muscular pains, digestive and circulatory disorders, skin allergies, and asthma. S.A.T. has also been used effectively with before surgery patients, helping to promote rapid healing,and postoperative recovery.
Habit disorders,such as smoking, obesity, and nail biting, respond well to the S.A.T. approach,which facilitates direct insight into the negative thought/emotion complexes…
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