Q&A With Allison Fine From Counseling for Inner Balance: How Can Guided Imagery Help Patients with Multiple Sclerosis?

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There can be specific times when patients with multiple sclerosis can experience a spike in their stress level. At times like these alternative medicine options like guided imagery can help reduce their stress as the progress through treatment.

There can be specific times when patients with multiple sclerosis can experience a spike in their stress level. At times like these alternative medicine options like guided imagery can help reduce their stress as the progress through treatment.

Allison R. Fine, MSW, LICSW, from Counseling for Inner Balance in Seattle discussed this strategy during the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers in Indianapolis. While it is not advised for patients with major depressive disorder, Fine said it can help when patients are getting injections and at other points in their treatment process.

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