In this book, the author argues and demonstrates that embodiment and relationship are inseparable, both in human existence and in the practice of psychotherapy. It is helpful for psychotherapist, psychoanalyst, counsellor, or other psychopractitioner.
Table of Contents
A Note on Style -- Introduction -- What is embodiment? -- Embodiment and environment -- Embodied relating -- Practising embodied relating -- The Story So Far, -- Embodied relating in its social context -- Being, having, and becoming bodies -- Character as embodied relating -- The Story So Far, 2 -- Therapy as play -- Full and empty speech -- Embodied trauma and complexity -- The Story So Far, 3 -- Therapy grounded in embodied relating -- Embodied connectedness -- Conclusion