Meeting Carl Rogers for the First Time – Regina Stamatiadis & John Wilson http://bit.ly/25NW2LP Body-mind conversation is a speciality within the person-centred approach as, for example, is person-centred play therapy, pre-therapy or expressive therapy. It was developed by Regina Stamatiadis and may be described as follows. The therapist or counsellor has two partners in the therapy work: the first being the person or client, and the second his or her body. But, very importantly, the body has exactly the same status as the person and is addressed as: ‚‘‘YOU, the body of so and so“. The therapist starts out dialoguing with the person in classical person-centred ways. At a moment she considers appropriate, she asks the client whether she is allowed to address his or her body directly. The body – after a moment of surprise at being treated like an individuality – begins to reveal its perceptions, sensitivity and deep intelligence. The person, through listening attentively to the body, realizes the existence of his/her two entities, the mind entity and the body entity, what they are fully experiencing. The therapist speaks with each one individually, responding in detail to their verbal or non-verbal communications. Then she moves on to facilitating a direct exchange between the two, helping them to improve their mutual understanding. The body and the mind having both experienced unconditional positive regard, accurate empathy and the therapist’s sincere efforts to fully value each one, offer their wisdom and suggestions of solutions in the best interests of the PERSON AS A WHOLE. As a result of the process, the person has a deeper feeling of existing, of being more unified and being on the way to better health“.
Teresa Dawson, Switzerland Certifying Coordinator of the International Focusing Institute 32 years of professional experience in working as a psychotherapist in Zurich and teaching Focusing, TAE and Focusing [...]...
This thoroughly revised update to the first edition highlights cutting edge research on the effectiveness of various humanistic psychotherapy approaches. Illustrative case examples containing client-therapist dialogue demonstrate how to apply humanistic principles in practice.
Focusing-Oriented–Experiential Psychotherapy: From Research to Practice Kevin C. Krycka and Akira Ikemi
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