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I am not sure I understand the question. The client is always thinking through the process, so I need a little clarity on your part. However, you might want to use Parts therapy with this type of client and have a conversation with that part that is thinking and ask him or her what concerns they may have. This may help you in working through the issues you are trying to resolve. But as you know, the client often times will engage with you as they are working out their issues. I will caution you to remember what your role is in the process and never forget that your client is aware of what is going on. Sometimes the thinking is a defensive mechanism and you may want to look into this as an area you might want to address.
I tell them to answer quick, I don't give them time to think.
Speed up the pace.
Actually Tim, if I understand your connotation of "think through the process" as "interfering with the success of the process" I would have to say no.
I only use regression techniques if I need to go back to the ISE (which isn't always necessary).
When I do use it, I usually do it from inside a manager meeting, and I have the manager itself show the client where and when it was created.
This is an example that I used for demonstration in my new weight loss intervention.