Introduction to Integrative Body Psychotherapy
by Eva Kaul, Markus Fischer
A practical and up-to-date handbook that provides an introduction to the theory and practice of integrative body psychotherapy. The systematic focus on the body makes Integrative Body Psychotherapy unique and is something that is increasingly being regarded as an indispensable addition to and enrichment of the theory and practice of psychotherapy. This manual provides information on: • Basic humanistic concepts (presence, awareness, personal space, grounding, gestalt work) • Psychodynamic principles (developmental psychology, developmental personality model) • Stress model (disorders of stress regulation, implications for psychotherapy) • Breathing and body work (energetic approach, blockages, high-charge breathing, working with touch, self-relaxation techniques) • Working with sexuality in psychotherapy With concrete case studies and clear instructions for physical exercises (with diagrams) it makes for a comprehensive guide for any psychotherapist. Target Group: psychotherapists, coaches
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- Publisher Hogrefe AG
- Publication Date May 2016
- Orginal LanguageGerman
- ISBN/Identifier 9783456855066
- Publication Country or regionSwitzerland
- Primary Price 34.95 EUR
- ReadershipProfessional and Scholarly
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitleEinführung in die Integrative Körperpsychotherapie IBP
- Copyright Year2016
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