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In [[psychotherapy]], '''paradoxical intention''' is the deliberate practice of a [[neurotic]] [[habit]] or [[thought]], undertaken in order to identify and remove it.
 
In [[psychotherapy]], '''paradoxical intention''' is the deliberate practice of a [[neurotic]] [[habit]] or [[thought]], undertaken in order to identify and remove it.
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*[[Paradoxical techniques]]
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In psychotherapy, paradoxical intention is the deliberate practice of a neurotic habit or thought, undertaken in order to identify and remove it.


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