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BeschreibungKepner not only shows how a client's posture, movements, and bodily experiences are relevant to therapy, but goes on to provide an insightful framework for incorporating these phenomena into a therapeutic framework. With a new introduction by the a
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction: Body Process and Psychotherapy. Part I: Basic Principles. Self and Embodiment. The Body and the Disowned Self. Approaching the "Person as a Whole." Structure and Process: The Organization of Body and Self. Resistance and Body Process. The Therapeutic Use of Touch. Part II: Body Phenomena and the Cycle of Experience. Sensation and Body Process. Figure Formation and Body Process. Mobilization and Body Process. Action and Body Process. Contact, Final Contact, and Body Process. Withdrawal, Assimilation, and Body Process. Appendix: A Comparison of Reichian and Gestalt Therapies.
PortraitJames I. Kepner, Ph.D., is co-founder and chair of the advanced training program Working with Physical Process as the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. A pioneer in clinical work with the embodiment of experience, he teaches this work widely around the world. Kepner's own clinical grounding is supplemented by training in a wide range of healing arts. He is also the author of Healing Tasks: Psychotherapy with Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse.
Pressestimmen"I was first introduced to the important work of Jim Kepner by Tom Cutolo, Rubenfeld Synergist and Colleague. Body Process is a must for all professionals who want to understand and experience the body's role in psychotherapy from a truly holistic perspective. Bravo!" - Ilana Rubenfeld, founder and creator of the Rubenfeld Synergy Method "A wonderful introduction to the wisdom of the body in psychotherapy." - Ruella Frank, Ph.D., author, Body of Awareness "A guide to psychophysical process that should be required reading for all massage therapists and other body workers." - Deborah Ullman, editor, The Gendered Field
Untertitel: A Gestalt Approach to Working with the Body in Psychotherapy. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1993
Seitenanzahl: 262 Seiten