The idea is not to replace exposure therapy, but to speed it up.
This treatment is found to be similarly effective as exposure therapy.
While undergoing exposure therapy a person usually needs five sessions to see if the treatment is working.
Exposure therapy is the treatment of choice for intrusive thoughts.
The effectiveness of exposure therapy is dependent on the patient but with time many people are successful.
A similar effect was shown in human exposure therapy for severe fear of spiders.
Exposure therapy is an effective method of treating social anxiety.
Exposure therapy has supporting evidence with both simple and complex traumas.
In exposure therapy, your goal is to have less fear about your memories.
In addition, specific techniques such as contingency management and exposure therapy have come from this tradition.