Koziey P, McLeod G: Visual-kinesthetic dissociation in treatment of victims of rape.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 18(3): 276-282, 1987.
Abstract: In this report a visual-kinesthetic (V-K) dissociation procedure of Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) was used in treating rape-induced anxiety and phobic reaction in two 18- and 19-year-old rape victims. NLP theory suggests that anxiety reactions experienced by rape victims is a function of the interrelated processes of synesthesia and anchoring. In these two case reports, the use of the V-K dissociation technique is explored. From this preliminary basis, further research entailing the use of this treatment procedure is suggested. Implications for clinical practice are noted.