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.
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
>I recently returned from a very stimulating weekend serving as a panelist for Stephen Porges and Sue Carter’s presentation, “Regulating and Maintaining Connections,” an update on Stephen’s Polyvagal Theory. My thanks to CIIS for putting on this event, and to Continue reading Polyvagal Theory: an update
>Cool stuff! Dr. Stephen Porges, the researcher behind the Polyvagal Theory of Emotion mentioned in my last blog post, and attachment researcher Dr. Sue Carter, are giving a one day workshop in San Francisco, December 4th, 2010. It’s sponsored by Continue reading Porges & Carter workshop, and I get to be a panelist!
> 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