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Speaking of Bodies: Embodied Therapeutic Dialogues (Paperback)
  • Speaking of Bodies: Embodied Therapeutic Dialogues (Paperback)

Speaking of Bodies: Embodied Therapeutic Dialogues (Paperback)

Paperback 208 Pages / Published: 19/05/2016
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While the body has received significant attention in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in the last couple of decades, this still focused primarily on the body of pathology - the body as speaking for (or on behalf of) the mind. Here, leading psychoanalysts and psychotherapists join with experts whose field is the body to examine and celebrate generative, creative, vital, and irreducible aspects of our embodiment.The book is divided into seven themes, each including a chapter by a therapist and another by a specialist pondering various aspects of the body. Fashion journalists speak with a relational psychotherapist about beauty, a chef discusses sensuality with a couple therapist, and a Rabbi and a psychoanalyst speak of divinity and the body. This is a book aimed at igniting our imagination and faith in the possibility of living a full embodied life, and of integrating such practices within therapeutic and psychoanalytic work.

Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
ISBN: 9781782202042
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 280 g
Dimensions: 230 x 147 x 13 mm

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