I have a new link for my paper from 2005, “The vagus nerve in body psychotherapy with early developmental dilemmas: intervention via hands-on energetic work.” You can find it by clicking here.
What a marvelous conference! Just attended the AAGT/EAGT Gestalt Conference in Taormina, Sicily. Lourdes and I were delighted to meet so many wonderful Gestalt people from Europe, North America and all over the world. Kudos to the conference organizers for Continue reading Taormina presentation
This is the media from my presentation at the EAHAE Conference last week in sunny Cleveland, Ohio! EAHAE is a group devoted to all kinds of experiential learning with horses. I can tell you, this work is truly wonderful stuff! Really Continue reading Horses, Humans & Energy Fields- EAHAE Conference Presentation, Ohio, Sept. 2013
I’ve added slides from my presentation at the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy in Boulder, Colorado last week. They can be viewed at the “Slides” link on the main menu. The handout can be downloaded at the following link Continue reading USABP presentation slides viewable
For readers interested in how I integrated the subtle energy method of Nervous System Energy Work with Gestalt Body Process Psychotherapy I have posted “Part I” of a lengthy paper on this subject on my website. You can find it Continue reading NSEW & Gestalt Body Process Psychotherapy posted!
>I recently had a client return from attending a big family event remark, “I felt really different from doing all this body stuff. I actually felt three dimensional in the presence of my family!” While this might seem like a Continue reading Your Life in 3-D
> Image via Wikipedia The issue of need and satisfaction is so basic to human beings that, of course, it is also a fundamental preoccupation of psychotherapy. You might say it is the bread and milk of therapy. The usual Continue reading Need, Satisfaction and Embodied Experience: the vagus connection- Part 1
>Brain's energy restored during sleep, suggests animal study http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/06/100629170924.htm Shared via AddThis.com For those of us who deal with chronic sleep problems, an interesting tidbit I thought.