The psychotherapeutic encounter is a meeting between embodied
psyches, bodies present in the room, speaking with each another,
impacting and impacted by one another; bodies who are waiting for
us to listen to them and dialogue with them - and speak on their
behalf. The field of body psychotherapy has been exploring this
embodied dialogue since the 1930s. The book Touching the Relational
Edge delves into the history of body-psychotherapy, offering
theoretical and clinical conceptualisations and insights, and is
rich with clinical vignettes and applicable exercise, all aimed at
providing the reader with a theoretical and experiential
understanding of the place of the body in psychotherapy - allowing
the reader a dynamic, curious and affective engagement.The book
opens a window into the cutting-edge world of relational
body-psychotherapy, offering the reader a personal and professional
journey into the depth of therapeutic relationship as seen through
anatomical and relational eyes.
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