International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (Ed.)

Bioenergetic Analysis

The Clinical Journal of the International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (22/2012)

Cover Bioenergetic Analysis

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Buchreihe: edition psychosozial

Verlag: Psychosozial-Verlag

126 Seiten, Broschur, 148 x 210 mm

Erschienen im März 2012

ISBN-13: 978-3-8379-2159-5, Bestell-Nr.: 2159

Bioenergetic Analysis, the Clinical journal of the IIBA is published annually and is distributed to all members of the international organization. Its purpose is to further elaborate theoretical and scientific concepts and to make links to enhance communication and broaden our connection with other schools of therapy, as well as with academic psychology, medicine, and other psychosomatic schools of thought. The journal publishes reports on empirical research, theoretical papers, and case studies. Some local IIBA societies produce journals in their native languages. This journal has been published in English since 1985, making it the oldest journal for the IIBA.

The present issue contains three papers on the implications of neuroscience on Bioenergetics; one paper on pre-oedipal transferences; and one paper on infant research and Bioenergetics. There is a poem, as well as a book review on a new bioenergetic techniques textbook. Again, the abstracts of the original papers are all translated into six languages.


Inhaltsverzeichnis

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Contents

Letter from the Editor

Neuroscience, Attachment and Love
Helen Resneck-Sannes

An Object Relations Perspective on Bioenergetics and Pre-Oedipal Transferences
Garry Cockburn

Integrating Brain, Mind, and Body: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications of Neuroscience
An Introduction
Margit Koemeda-Lutz

Poem
Linda Neal

Book Review
Bend into Shape: Techniques for Bioenergetic Therapists
Jacqueline Mills

The Expression of an Age-Old Need for Company
Infant Research and Bioenergetic Analysis
Nicoletta Cinotti

Neurobiological Theory and Models
A Help or Hindrance in the Clinical Encounter?
Robert Lewis