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By Kumaravel Shanmugam   

Kumaravel Shanmugam
Kumaravel Shanmugam
Nov 18th, 2021 09:55

Hi Everyone, I am seeing a gentleman who suffers from catastrophic thoughts of being run over by cars, brakes failing and is hypervigilant all the time. These symptoms started after he fell down from a yacht and as a result he is frightened of heights too. I couldn't find any script for treating hypervigilance and catastrophic thoughts. Can you help me with some suggestions please? Thanks. Kumar


Richard Scott
Richard Scott
Nov 25th, 2021 02:33
Re: Hypervigilance Script

Hi Kumar, I did a search and managed to find a Hypervigilance Script that you can read and download (it was under the sress and anxiety section). Pop a search in the search box and you'll get straight to it. The script appears to use a simple regression to pre-symptoms approach, to remind the client of how good it felt before the current symptoms, then anchor the good feelings in again. :o)


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