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timeline therapy (uncountable)

  1. A form of therapy aiming to resolve a person's emotional difficulties and form goals for their future.
    • 2004, Stephen Co, ‎Eric B. Robins, Your Hands Can Heal You
      Dr. Robins has received additional training in various alternative healing therapies. He is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, a neurolinguistic programming practitioner, a timeline therapy practitioner, and a certified Pranic Healing instructor.
    • 2012, Barbara H. Pomar, Confessions of a Regressionist, page 88:
      None of my previous regressions had touched on the problem that surfaced. The timeline therapy was a quick and effective solution.