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Posted on Mar 30, 2019

Lisa Romano-Dwyer, Hypersense Counselling & Consulting Services

Visualization is an evidence-based strategy that works to reduce stress Clinical Social Workers and Psychotherapists understand the importance of helping people to learn visualization strategies proven to reduce stress.

Lisa Romano-Dwyer PhD, RSW

Clinical Social Workers and Psychotherapists understand the importance of helping people to learn visualization strategies proven to reduce stress. Visualization techniques employ the imagination in the healing process. Breathing techniques are also highly valued strategies used to reduce the harmful impacts of stress, anxiety, and worry on the body. Breathing and visualization also help people sleep deeply and more soundly. Learning to relax is neither easy, nor quick. People often master relaxation techniques over several months and in most cases, over years of concentrated practice. There is ample evidence to support the use of visualization in elite athletic
programs and goal-oriented industries. The overall impacts on one's sense of wellness is uncontestable when people sleep better, and engage in daily activities with more energy and calmness. There are several resources currently available that will help individuals learn the power of visualization techniques.