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Body psychotherapy in clinical application

Type: Tape

Title: Body psychotherapy in clinical application

Presenter: Grand, Ian; Kepner, Jim; Klopstech, Angela; Rothschild, Babette

Year: June, 2002
Occassion of film/tape: Convergence & Emergence : 3rd National USABP Conference: Plenary
Location of film/tape: Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore MA

Running time / reel: / 2 tapes
Format: Audiotape cassette


As an organization, [USABP] is committed to dialogue. At our conferences, we have opened ourselves to a variety of approaches for work with the body; and we draw from the study of neuroscience and human development in the wider therapeutic community. Together, we have explored many issues from a somatic perspective; the balance of catharsis and containment, the role of touch, the nature of the therapeutic relationship, the variety of ways to work with trauma.
In this plenary, our focus is application to clinical practice. The panel focussed together on a specific client (case history) and each p[panelist shared the unique theoretical frameworks and practical strategies that guide their work. The goal was to clarify our commonalities and learn from our differences. The participants to the plenary then met in small, facilitated breakout groups for a parallel discussion (not recorded).


Author's institution: USABP
Contact: www.conferencerecording.com
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 1989
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Entry source: Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 13 June 2002

Key Phrases: Clinical Practice - Case History
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