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Body, Breath, and Consciousness: A Somatics Anthology Paperback – August 5, 2004
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"This collection of articles is uniquely useful as a teaching tool to students of somatic psychology. It offers access to cutting-edge applications of somatic psychotherapy in a broad range of clinical situations. Macnaughton’s original contributions, bringing together family systems theory with somatic psychology, fit well alongside articles such as Lisbeth Marcher’s developmental focus and Peter Levine’s work with shock trauma.”-Peter Bernhardt, M.F.T., Adjunct Professor of Psychology, John F. Kennedy University"A must for therapists of all kinds, this unique collection combines heartfelt compassion for the human condition with clear, innovative, and practical psychotherapeutic theory and technique."-Pat Ogden, originator of Hakomi Integrative Somatics
About the Author
Ian Macnaughton, Ph.D. (Human Science), is a registered clinical counselor in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He maintains a private practice working with individuals, families, and organizations. He is currently on the teaching faculty of the Bodynamics Institute Inc. (Canada) and the Pacific Coast Family Therapy Training Association. In addition, he has served as a consultant to a number of organizations in the area of design and organizational learning.
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This book also covers the topic of shock (the effects of overwhelming stress on the sympathetic and parasympatheic nervous systems). Working with shock has been a key element in helping my clients to move past stuck issues and find new resources. This book gives an excellent overview of working with shock.
Susan L. Atchison