By Jenny Corrigall,Helen Payne,Heward Wilkinson
How does our physique demonstrate us to ourselves?
The physique can tell the paintings we do in psychological well-being. This exact assortment invitations the reader to contemplate the way in which we expect in regards to the embodied brain, and the way it will probably tell either our lives and our paintings in psychotherapy and counselling.
The physique is seen as indispensable to the brain during this publication, and within the ways illustrated in it. rather than splitting off the physique and treating the sufferer as a physique with a brain, participants from various ways ask the reader to think about how we would be with, and paintings with, ‘bodymind’ as an interrelated entire. matters coated include:
- the program of affective neuroscience understandings to existence in addition to to scientific concerns
- the physique in psychotherapy with someone who's dealing with death
- the heritage, importance and scope of physique psychotherapy today
- psychoanalytic methods to operating with the embodied mind
- authentic stream teams within the improvement of health in our bodymindspirit
- the physique and spirituality
This ebook is exclusive in its pluralism: it incorporates a wide selection of differing perspectives of the significance of the physique in psychotherapy, either in conception and in perform, and it relates those to the most recent discussions in affective neuroscience. it will likely be valuable for these operating in, or learning, psychotherapy and counselling, and also will curiosity these operating ordinarily within the psychological well-being field.
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About a Body: Working with the Embodied Mind in Psychotherapy by Jenny Corrigall,Helen Payne,Heward Wilkinson