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The MindSlide a Kinaesthetic Visual Analogue Scale. With Maureen Colohan www.themindslide.co.uk Tel: 0044-7771846479. The MindSlide. What’s that about? It’s a kinaesthetic, visual analogue scale (VAS) or in my words something to hold on to.

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the mindslide a kinaesthetic visual analogue scale

The MindSlidea Kinaesthetic Visual Analogue Scale

With Maureen Colohan

www.themindslide.co.uk

Tel: 0044-7771846479

the mindslide
The MindSlide

What’s that about?

  • It’s a kinaesthetic, visual analogue scale (VAS) or in my words something to hold on to.
  • Some trauma clients seemed to struggle with words.
  • Reflected on kinaesthetic and the idea of a moving slide was born.
  • 7 years in the making
  • Looked for validation – Chester University UK
  • Help me spread the word, bring it into your country and carry out further research.
case study
Case Study
  • Jackie 44 yrs. Old ex military.
  • Husband killed in a freak accident, no kids.
  • Four years on has developed a panic disorder about leaving the house.
  • Video link
what does it do
What does it do?

THINKING

Feedback says

  • It’s like a bridge between internal and external worlds
  • It helps create an external focus for pause and reflection.
  • It adds movement to internal processing and validates change
  • It offers a solution focus

FEELINGS

chester university
Chester University

Questions for the MindSlide?

  • Do VAS measure the judgment of the feeling state OR the judgement of the experience of the feeling state (body sensations)?
  • If the later can this be assisted by the use of a tangible VAS like the MindSlide either as an adjunct to graphic scale or independently ?
  • The reliability of the VAS is influenced by the intensity of the sensation being experienced, could The MindSlide improve reliability and validity of VAS?
  • Can the experience of change and discrete difference be facilitated kinaesthetically (and made more reliable) by physical movement along the measurement scale?
  • Can the MindSlide assist with defining cardinal states?
  • Could the requirement of ascension to judgement of the experience of the feeling and to body sensations rather than just the feeling have therapeutic benefit?
conclusion
Conclusion
  • The MindSlide can be accepted as a therapeutic and assessment tool in two diverse areas
  • Both versions of the scale were found to be helpful
  • The general concept of a handheld scale was regarded positively in terms of
    • Engagement and containment.
    • Maintaining focus on the ‘here and now’
    • Identifying differentials of experience.
  • A number of design improvements were suggested.

Download the full report at:

www.themindslide.co.uk

want to work together
Want to work together?
  • I am looking for help to spread the word!
  • Do you want to work with me bringing The MindSlide into your country
  • Are you interested in further research
  • Contact me at

maureen@themindslide.co.uk