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Our Clinical Journal of the International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis is publsihed in our new e-library..

Read the Clinical Journal here ... 

DOI: https://bioenergetic-analysis.com/issue/view/0743-4804-2007-17

Editorial Note | Margit Koemeda

Energetic Dimensions of Trauma TreatmentDavid J. Finlay | Key Words: Energetics, Developmental and Shock Trauma, Embodiment, Metaphors, Vision, Processing

The Embodied MindHelen Resneck-Sannes | Key Words: Attachment, Bioenergetics, Brain, Embodied, Empathy, Mirror Neurons, Neurobiology, Trauma

Shame in the Light of Sex and Self-RespectPhilip M. Helfaer | Key Words: Treatment of Shame, Bioenergetic Analysis, Self-Respect, Bioenergetic Therapy of Shame, Self-Hate System

Sensitivity Training during Pregnancy: Key to Bonding and Possible Prevention of Neurosis of the Child?Christa D. Ventling | Key Words: Pregnant clients, sensitivity training, awareness exercises, newborn signals and body language, bonding quality

Embodied Comprehension: Treatment of Psychosomatic Disorders in Bioenergetic AnalysisJörg Clauer | Key Words: Psychosomatic dissociation, basic creation of an embodied self, self-efficacy or agency, parent-body, implicit intersubjective knowledge, triangulation, balance disc, rope, teething ring

Bioenergetics in search of a secure SelfRobert Lewis | Key Words: Attachment, secure base, avoidant, shock, dissociated, psychosomatic unity

Living On Purpose: Reality, Unreality and the Life of the BodyScott Baum | Key Words: Borderline personality, organization, soul-murder, unreality, psychosis

 

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