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Getting in Touch: The Guide to New Body-Centered Therapies Paperback – November 1, 1997
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This book contains individual chapters written by the founders of various popular movements within this rapidly evolving field. Almost all of the techniques are based on the principle "you can heal what you feel" and getting in touch with the body is the royal road to fully experiencing your feelings.
These techniques are powerful and they are probably not used more because they just haven't caught on. Christine Caldwell's essay at the beginning does a good job of explaining this movement toward body-centered therapies and positioning the various schools within an overall context.
This is a good introduction to this area of study and contains essays from the major writers. If you are interested in the mind-body connection, you will enjoy this book and learn a lot about how we disown the body, how to use the body for emotional healing and how to reconnect with feeling.