Age regression

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Age regression is a therapeutic technique in which an individual returns to social and emotional behaviors that were present during a traumatic event in an attempt to reframe the negative feelings and perceptions of the past. Age regression often occurs in individuals who wish to facilitate healing after trauma.

However, age regression has become quite controversial in and out of the therapeutic community, with many cases involving alleged child abuse, alien abduction, and other various traumatic experiences.