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Katathym Imaginative Psychotherapy (KIP) – Part I: A description of the methodology: Irén Acsai

The purpose of the study is to provide a brief insight to a psychotherapeutic method, that is not so familiar to the Anglo-Saxon language area. It was first introduced by H. Leuner in 1955 as a scientifically established technique used among different psychotherapeutic methods. The first part of the study (printed here) sets forth a short description of the methodology of KIP. The 2nd part (yet to be published) presents a case study of a patient, who was successfully treated for her panic syndrome with this imaginative technique based on emotional development.
Key-words: Psychoanalysis, Relaxation, Changed State of Mind, Symbols, Leuner-pictures Katathym Imaginative Psychotherapy

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