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From:International Body Psychotherapy Journal (Vol. 20, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedAfter defining the difference between pain and nociception, the author likens that binomial to another featured in the international debate on analytical psychotherapy--subjectivity and pre-subjectivity. He places the...
From:International Body Psychotherapy Journal (Vol. 15, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedResearch-based clinical-analytical supervision models can contribute to clinical-analytical research in body psychotherapy when validated by therapeutic evidence evaluated over time in numerous supervision sessions...
From:International Body Psychotherapy Journal (Vol. 19, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedReflections on concepts of energy and their scientific application, followed by examinations of the literature regarding energy, first from a historical perspective and then from a Reichian viewpoint, are discussed by...
From:International Body Psychotherapy Journal (Vol. 11, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedHaving underlined evolutionistic aspects, the constituent moments of the 'fear' phenomenon in a descriptive interpretation are evaluated, as well as clarifying the original roots of the words, which sink their...
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