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Defense: False self orr self-regulation: The concept of 'Armoring' revisited

Type: Tape

Title: Defense: False self orr self-regulation: The concept of 'Armoring' revisited

Presenter: Black, Stuart; Brown, Malcolm; Frank, Ruella; Isaacs, Joel & Johanson, Gregory

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

Running time / reel: / 1 tape
Format: Audiotape cassette


Body armoring was once a central aspect of the field of Body Psychotherapy, a way of linking mind and body that united us and distinguished us from conventional therapists. Panelists from differing modalities discussed how the concept of armoring has affect their own work, and how they used and changed it. Major additions and advances to the concept were also discussed and how these might now help to focus the field of Body psychotherapy and bring more unity to it.


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

Entry number: 1993
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Entry source: Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 13 June 2002

Key Phrases: Pre-natal - Peri-natal - Birth - Somatic Psychology - Theory
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