traumatic incident reduction

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traumatic incident reduction,

n a meridian-based psychotherapy that involves repeated recall, or “viewing,” of a memory that a client experienced as damaging. Used to help those with post–traumatic stress disorder, the sessions are nonhypnotic, one-on-one, and highly structured.
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In the book "Children and Traumatic Incident Reduction: Creative and Cognitive Approaches," therapists, social workers, parents and educators come together to discuss the approaches and affects of Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) as well as other inventive therapeutic methods.
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