Articles about Body Psychotherapy Published in Various Journals

Not all the articles listed here are by Body Psychotherapists or are strictly about Body Psychotherapy (BP). A few may refer to topics such as ‘touch’ in psychotherapy that may be of use to interested people.

The articles are currently available via the Internet. Links are checked and new articles are entered regularly. All the entries with a * have been entered since March 2015.

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International Body Psychotherapy Journal

The IBPJ is a continuation of the United States Body Psychotherapy Journal and is published by the EABP in collaboration with the USABP. Free copies of the whole issue and all individual articles are available in the archive on the website.

* Bader-Johansson, C. & Gyllensten, A. L. (2015). Correlations Between Tests for Grounding, Breathing and Self-Efficacy in Individuals with and without Chronic Pain: Who is “ Standing with Both Feet on the Ground?” International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 35-47.
* Brani, O., Heffron, K., Lomas, T., Ivtzan, I. & Painter, J. (2014). The Impact of Body Awareness on Subjective Wellbeing: The role of mindfulness. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 95-107.
* Brantbjerg, M. H. (2012). When the Therapist is Aroused: Sexual Feelings in the Therapy Room. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 66-71.
* Brantbjerg, M. H. (2012). Hyporesponse: The Hidden Challenge in Coping With Stress. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 94-118.
* Bryant, S. (2012). Anatomy Lesson. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 119-127.
* Bryant, S. (2013). A Spacious Life. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 27.
* Buldeo, N. (2015). Interoception: A measure of embodiment or attention? International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 65-79.
* Cariola, L. A. (2015). Semantic Expressions of the Body Boundary Personality in Person-Centered Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 48-64.
* Corsi, L. (2012). Organismic Self-Regulation in Kurt Goldstein’s Holistic Approach. . International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 57-65.
* Cruz, R. F. & Koch, S. C. (2015). Reading and Evaluating Quantitative Research in Body Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 10-19.
* Davis, W. (2012). In Supprt of Body Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 59-73.
* Davis, W. (2014). The Endo Self: A Self Model for Body-Oriented Psychotherapy? International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 31-51.
* Denton, L. (2014). A Fairy Tale Or the Strange Case of Rose. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 8-17.
* Evertsen, L. (2012). Body Psychotherapy: The Third Developmental Phase. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 9-10.
* Ferri, G. (2012). Anxiety and Panic in Reichian Analysis. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 41-50.
* Glickman, G. (2012). Gender as a Relational Somatic Experience: How psychotherapists participate in gendering clients (An Experiential Conversation). International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 24-44.
* Gottwald, C. (2014). Awarenss and Mindfulness in Consciousness-Centered Body Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 67-79.
* Greene, D. (2013). Expanding the Dialogue: Exploring contributions from energy medicine. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 56-73.
* Haiman, C. (2013). Bridging the Split: Integrating Psychodynamic and Body Centered Therapies. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 15-26.
* Heller, M. (2013). Idealism & the Goals of a Psychotherapeutic Process. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(2), pp. 9-38.
* Heitzler, M. (2013). Broken Boundaries, Invaded Territories – The challenges of containment in trauma work. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 28-41.
* Hilton, R. (2012). The Ever Changing Constancy of Body Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 74-93.
* Johanson, G. J. (2014). Somatic Psychotherapy and the Ambiguous Face of Research. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 61-85.
* Johnson, R. (2015). Grasping and Transforming the Embodied Experience of Oppression. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 80-95.
* Keleman, S. (2012). Forming an Embodied Life: The Difference between being Bodied and Forming an Embodied Life. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 51-56.
* Keleman, S.(2013). The Present as Morphogenesis. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(2), pp.
* Krefft, S. H. (2013). Sense and Sensibility in Supervision. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 8-14.
* Lewis, D.J. (2012). Nina Bull: The work, life and legacy of a somatic pioneer. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 45-58.
* Pesso, A. (2103). Filling the Holes-in-roles of the Past with the Right People at the Right Time. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(2), pp. 63-87.
* Pollock, S. (2014). The Enteric Nervous System and Body Psychotherapy: Cultivating a relationship with the gut brain. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 108-121.
* Reisen, D. (2014). Helping the Body Grieve: A Body Psychotherapy approach to supporting the creation of continuing bonds after a death loss. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 80-94.
* Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2012). The Relational Turn and Body-Psychotherapy IV: Gliding on the Strings that Connect Us: Resonance in Body Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 12-24.
* Saint Arnault, D. & O’Halloran, S. (2015). Biodynamic Psychotherapy for Trauma Recovery: A pilot study. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 14(1), pp. 20-34.
* Schlage, B. (2013). Body Image Disorders. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(2), pp. 39-49.
* Shahri, H. (2014). Toward an Integrative Model for Development Trauma. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 52-66.
* Shalit, R. (2012). Efficacy of Body Psychotherapy Involving Altered States of Consciousness: A call to reconsider our spiritual stance at the clinic. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(2), pp. 7-23.
* Shapiro, L. (2013). Yoga-Based Body Psychotherapy: A Yoga based and body centered approach to counselling. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 42-55.
* Stupiggia, M. (2012). From Hopeless Solitude to the Sense of Being-With: Functions and Disfunctions of Mirror Neurones in Post Traumatic Syndromes. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 25-40.
* Swafford, K. (2012). The Body: Common Ground. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 8-9.
* Thielen, M. (2014). Body Psychotherapy for Anxiety Disorders. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 44-60.
* Totton, N. (2014). Embodied Relating: The Ground of Psychotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 88-103. With an introduction and commentaries by Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar, David Boadella, Stanley Keleman, Will Davis, Akira Ikemi.
* Valstar, J. (2012). Panta Rei. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 10-11.
* Vas, P. J. (2013). Tandem Hypnotherapy. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(1), pp. 74-86.
* Vogt, R. (2012). What disgust means for complex traumatized dissociative patients: A pilot study from an outpatient practice. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 11(1), pp. 72-90.
* Wolterstorff, E. and Grassmann, H. (2014). The Scenen of the Crime: Traumatic transference and repetition as seen through Alfred Hitchcock’s Marnie. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 29-43.
* Whiting, D. H. (2013). Military Culture and Body Psychotherapy: A case study. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 12(2), pp. 50-62.
* Young, C. with Westland, G. (2014). Shadows in the History of Body Psychotherapy: Part I. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(1), pp. 3-30.
* Young, C. with Westland, G. (2014). Shadows in the History of Body Psychotherapy: Part II. International Body Psychotherapy Journal, 13(2), pp. 18-28.

Copies of full issues and individual articles of the USABP Journal, (2001-2011) are also available in the Archive on the website.

Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis

* Benamer, S. (2009). Book Review: “Bodies”, by Susie Orbach. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(2), 224-226.
* Gerald-Webb, A. (2009). Book Review: “Touch Papers: Dialogues on Touch in the Psychoanalytic Space”, edited by Graeme Galton. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(2), 220-223.
King, A. (2011). Touch as relational affirmation. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 5(2), 108–124.
King. A. (2012). More Than Words: Moments of Meaning in Relational Psychotherapy. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 6(2), 137-149.
* King, A. (2013). Healing Childhood Trauma: Connecting with present experience and body-based insights. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 7(3), 243-258.
* Levy, L. (2009). Book Review: “Contemporary Body Therapy: The Chiron Approach” edited by Linda Hartley. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(3), 367-377.
* Orbach, S. (2007). Separated attachments and sexual aliveness: how changing attachment patterns can enhance intimacy. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 1(1), 8-17.
Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2008). The Woodpecker: The place of trance and hypnosis in relational psychotherapy. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 2(2), 216-224.
Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2009). Trees in shades of grey: Trauma, attachment and dissociation in the personal, clinical and socio–political settings. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(2), 121-143.
Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2012). A therapeutic anatomy: A historical and theoretical review of body-psychotherapy Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 6(1), 73-93.
Rolef Ben-Shahar, A., & MacDonald, G. (2011). Meeting through grace: Relational body-psychotherapy. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 5(1), 45-69.
* Stauffer, K. (2009). Self-regulation: The ways of nature. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(1), 30-37.
* Stauffer, K. (2009). Review of article on Neuroscience. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 3(2), 214-217.
* Stauffer, K. (2013). Neuroscience: Can Neuroscience Help to Make Psychotherapy More Acceptable? Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 2(2), 225-229.
* Stern, D.N. (2007). A Felicitous Meeting of Attachment and Relational Psychotherapy. Attachment: New Directions in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, 1(1), 1-7.

Articles on BP published in the Journal Body, Movement & Dance in Psychotherapy

* Aindow, N.J. (2013). Physical conflict as a means to access and structure psychological conflict: An exploration into the therapeutic abilities of martial activity. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(3), 229-240.
* Appleton, J.A. (2009). Aspects of posture and personality described by a typology of muscle tonus patterns. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(2), 107-120.
* Bauer, J. & Marshall, E. (2009). The brain transforms psychology into biology. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(3), 231-238.
* Baum, R. (2013). Transgenerational trauma and repetition in the body: The groove of the wound. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(1), 34-42.
* Bauvais, J. (2012). Focusing on the natural world: An ecosomatic approach to attunement with an ecological facilitating environment. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(4), 277-291.
* Ben-Shahar, H. (2014). Reflections on the effects of the environment for treating autism. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 41-46.
* Berg, A.L., Sandahl, C. & Bullington, J. (2010). Patients’ perspective of change processes in affect-focused body psychotherapy for generalised anxiety disorder. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(2), 151-169.
* Boerhout, C. van Busschbach, J.T., Wiersma, D. & Hoek, H.W. (2013). Psychomotor therapy and aggression regulation in eating disorders. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 241-253.
* Boese, H. (2014). The psychophysiology of self-awareness: Rediscovering the lost art of body sense. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 52-53.
* Bracegirdle C.E. (2012). Discovering embodiment: A poetic method. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(3), 201-214.
* Bonenfant, Y. (2006). The embodied politics of intention, therapeutic intervention and artistic practice. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(2), 115-127.
* Bloom, D. (2009). Book Review: “Body of Awareness: A somatic and developmental approach to psychotherapy” by Ruella Frank. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(2), 167-168.
* Boese, H. (2014). Book Review: “The psychophysiology of self-awareness: rediscovering the lost art of body sense” by Alan Fogel. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 52-53.
* Bragante, S. (2007). Structure and counter-transference in authentic movement from a Reichian analytic perspective. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(1), 57-66.
* Brantbjerg, M.H. (2015). Integrating polarities through regulation of hypo- and hyper-responses to stress: An experiential keynote. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 10(1), 39-50.
* Burns, C.A. (2012). Embodiment and embedment: Integrating dance / movement psychotherapy, body psychotherapy and ecopsychology. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(1), 39-54.
* Caldwell, C. & Victoria, H.K. (2011). Breathwork in body psychotherapy: Towards a more unified theory and practice. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 89-101.
* Caleton, J.A. & Padolsky, I. (2012). Wilhelm’s Reich theoretical concept of mother-infant attachment as the origin of self-regulation: A neurophysiological perspective. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(1), 89-100
* Carroll, R. (2009). The neuroscience of human relationships: Attachment and the developing social brain. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(1), 59-62.
* Carroll, R. (2011). In search of a vocabulary of embodiement. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(3), 245-247.
* Carbonari, F. (2009). The body in play: The actuality of Reich’s thinking in the development of body psychotherapies. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(3), 257-258.
* Chalkin, H. (2011). Book Review: “Psychotherapies for the psychoses: Theoretical, cultural and clinical integration”, edited by J.F.M. Gleeson & E. Killachkey. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(1), 81-84.
* Eichhorn, N. (2011). Report on USABP 6th Conference: “Unravelling Trauma: Body, Mind & Science”. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 181-185.
* Eichhorn, N. (2013). Reflections on the 13th EABP Congress in conjunction with CABP in Cambridge, UK. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(3), 207-211.
* Eichhorn, N. (2013). Reflections on the USABP 7th National Conference, Boulder, Colorado, 2013. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 278-281.
* Ekerholt, K. (2011). Awareness of breathing as a way to enhance the sense of coherence: Patients’ experiences in psychomotor physiotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 103-115.
* Emck, C., Plouvier & van der Lee-Snel, M. (2012). Body experience in children with intellectual disabilities with and without externalising disorders. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(3), 263-275.
* Engel L. (2008). Experience of body/self as the primary ground of life/art creation: A phenomenological case study of Rolfing. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(2), 107-118.
* Evans, K. (2010). Book Review: “Research for the Psychotherapist: From science to persctice”, by Jay Lebow. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(3), 207-211.
* Forrester, C. (2007). Your own body of wisdom: Recognizing and working with somatic countertransference with dissociative and traumatized patients. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 2(2), 123-133.
* Fraenkel, D.L. (2011). Book Review: “One Life: Hope, healing and inspiratuon on the path to recovery from eating disorders”, by N. Feignbaum. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 187-190.
* Frances, J. (2014). Damaged or unusual bodies: Staring or seeing and feeling. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(4), 198-210.
* Frazer, S. (2014). Book Review: “Body encylopedia: A guide to the psychological function of the muscular system” by L. Marcher & S. Fich. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(3), 189-194.
* Gallagher, S. & Payne, H. (2015). The role of embodiment and intersubjectivity in clinical reasoning. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 10(1), 68-78.
* Gass, K.R. Kennedy, J.R., Hastie, S. & McCardell Wentworth, H. (2013). Somatic assessment of nonverbal social skills in children with Down syndrome: Using the Kestenberg Movement Profile as a tool for treatment planning. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(1), 17-33.
* Gauld, S. (2008). The Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapy (CABP) Conference, Cambridge, UK, 2007: ‘The Client & I: Relational dilemmas and opportunities. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(2), 119-124.
* Geuter, U., Heller, M.C. & Weaver, J.O. (2010). Elsa Gindler and her influence on Wilhelm Reich and body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(1), 59-73.
* Geuter, U. (2012). Book Review: “Forms of Vitality: Exploring dynamic experience in psychology, arts, psychotherapy and development,” by Daniel N. Stern. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(3), 235-239.
* Heller, M.C. (2007). The golden age of body psychotherapy in Oslo I: From gymnastics to psychoanalysis. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 2(1), 5-15.
* Heller, M.C. (2007). The golden age of body psychotherapy in Oslo II: From vegetotherapy to nonverbal communication. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 2(2), 81-94.
* Heller, M.C. & Westland, G. (2011). The System of the Dimensions of the Organism (SDO): A common vocabulary for body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(1), 43-56.
* Hill, H. (2012). Book Review: “The Embodied Self: Dimensions, coherence and disorders”, edited by T. Fuchs, H.C. Sattel & P. Henningen. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(3), 229-233.
* Johanson, G. (2011). In Memoriam: Ronald S. Kurtz (1934-2011). Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 175-180.
* Johnson, R. (2014). Somatic psychotherapy & research: Walking the common ground. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(2), 82-92.
* Kessel, L. (2013). Couple therapy and relational body psychotherapy: healing childhood wounds. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(3), 172-182.
* Kignel, R. (2012). The ‘field of semiotics’ as applied to Body Psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(1), 23-37.
* Koch, S. Caldwell, C. & Fuchs, T. (2013). On embodied memory and embodied therapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(2), 82-94.
* Kopytin, A. (2012). Conference Review: International Conference on Body Image and Identity in Contemporary Society: N.Y. April 2011. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(2), 145-152.
* Lavender, J. (2009). Book Review: “The embodied subject: Minding the body in psychoanalysis”, edited by J.P. Muller & J.G. Tillman. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(3), 263-267.
* Leigh, J. & Bailey, R. (2013). Reflection, reflective practice and embodied reflective practice. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(3), 160-171.
* Levy, R. (2014). Book Review: “An anatomy of therapy; Body-Psychotherapy” by Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar. (Hebrew edition). Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(2), 111-115.
* Lin, Y.C. & Payne, H. (2014). The BodyMind
Approach: medically unexplained symptoms and personal construct. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(3), 154-166.
* Lopez, G. (2011). Why verbal psychotherapy is not enough to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: a Biosystemic approach to stress debriefing. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 129-143.
* Manford, B. (2014). Insecure attachment and borderline personality disorder: Working with dissociation and the ‘capacity to think’. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(2), 93-105.
* McNuer, L.A. (2008). The intimate dance of being, building, body and psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(1), 19-30.] * Medina L.L. & Montgomery, M.J. (2012). Touch therapy combined with talk therapy: The Rubenfeld Synergy Method. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(1), 71-79.
* Meekums, B. (2008). Book Review: “About a Body: Working with the embodied mind in psychotherapy. Ed. By J. Corrigall, H. Payne & H. Wilkinson. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(1), 59-61.
* Miller, J.A. (2010). Alexander Lowen (1910-2008): Reflections on his life. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(3), 197-202.
* Mullan, K.J. (2014). Somatics: Investigating the common ground of western body–mind disciplines. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(4), 253-265.
* Ottoboni, G. & Iacono, M. (2013). An interactive body therapy approach: A neo-Functionalism approach. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(1), 43-55.
* Nolan, P. (2014). The relational field of body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 29-40.

* Pagnini, F., Manzoni, G.M., Castelnuovo, G. & Molinari, E. (2013). A brief lierature about relaxation therapy and anxiety. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(2), 71-81.
* Panhofer, H. & Payne, H. (2011). Languaging the embodied experience. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 215-232.
* Papadopoulos, N. & Röhrich, F. (2014). An investigation into the application and processes of manualised group body psychotherapy for depressive disorder in a clinical trial. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(3), 167-180.
* Payne, H., Westland, G., Karkou, V. & Warnecke, T. (2014). Reflections on the article ‘An investigation into the application and processes of manualised groupbody psychotherapy for depressive disorder in a clinical trial’ by Nina L.R. Papadopoulos and Frank Röhricht (Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, Volume 9, No. 3, 2014): Opening the discussion between dance movement psychotherapy and body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(3), 181-182.
* Potik, D. & Schreiber, S. (2013). Carrying body and soul and embracing the one: Qigong group in a day-care psychiatric department. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(2), 108-120.
* Reshef, A. (2013). Book Review: “Managing depression with Qigong”, by Frances Gaik. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 291-294.
* Röhricht, F. (2009). Body oriented psychotherapy: The state of the art in empirical
research and evidence-based practice: A clinical perspective. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(2), 135-156.
* Röhricht, F. (2015). Body psychotherapy for the treatment of severe mental disorders – an overview. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 10(1), 51-67.
* Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2012). Do cry for me, Argentina! The challenges trauma work poses for holistic psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(1), 7-21.
* Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2013). Book Review: “Body psychotherapy, history, concepts, methods”, by M.C. Heller. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 284-291.
* Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2014). The self-healing forest: Between self-regulation and dyadic regulation. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 16-28.
* Rumble, B. (2010). The body as hypothesis and as question: Towards a concept of therapist embodiment. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(2), 129-140.
* Rumble, B. (2014). Book Review: “Body memory, metaphor and movement”, by Sabine Koch. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(1), 53-56.
* Safra, G. & Cotta, J.A.M. (2009). Some notions on embodiment and theorising modes. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(3), 239-250.
* Scarth, S. (2009). Book Review: “The embodied self” by Katya Bloom. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(1), 63-65.
* Schrieber-Willnow, K. & Seidler, K-P. (2011). Therapy goals and treatment results in body psychotherapy: Experience with the concentrative movement therapy evaluation form. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 256-269.
* Sheets-Johnstone, M. (2010). Kinaesthetic experience: Understanding movement inside out. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(2), 111-127.
* Sherwood, P. (2008). Expressive art therapies as mind-body medicine. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(2), 81–95.
* Sletvold, J. (2014). Embodied empathy in psychotherapy: Demonstrated in supervision. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(4), 1-12.
* Soth, M. (2006). What therapeutic hope for a subjective mind in an objectified body. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(1), 43-56.
* Soth, M. (2006). Towards an integration of objectifying and (inter)subjective stances in relation to the body in psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(2), 143-154.
* Soth, M. (2007). Book Review: “Handbuch der Körperpsychotherapie” Edited by H.Weiss & G. Marlock. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 2(2), 141-150.
* Steckler, L. (2006). Somatic soulmates. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(1), 29-42.
• Stella, Y. (2008). Body and spirit in psychodynamic psychotherapy:
Eastern contributions to non-verbal psychotherapeutic paradigms. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(2), 67-80.
• Stotter, A., Mitsche, M., Endler, P.C., Olesky, P., Kamenschek, D., Mosgoelier, W. & Haring, C. (2013). Mindfulness-based touch therapy and mindfulness practice in persos with moderate depression. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(3), 183-198.
* Switzman, L., Barton, S. & Koehn, C. (2011). The body-mind experiences of eight midlife women elicited through the holistic practice of Neuromuscular Integrative Action (NIA). Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(2), 161-173.
* Tantia, J.F. (2014). Is intuition embodied? A phenomenological study of clinical intuition in somatic psychotherapy practice. Body, Movement and Dance in
Psychotherapy, 9(4), 211-223.
* Tauvon, L. (2010). Psychodrama: active group psychotherapy using the body in an intersubjective context. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(3), 257-267.
* Tillberg, E. (2012). Book Review: “Forms of Vitality”, by Daniel N. Stern. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 7(4), 305-308.
* Totton, N. (2009). Body psychotherapy and social theory. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(3), 187-200.
* Totton, N. (2010). Being, having and becoming bodies. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(1), 21-30.
* Trevarthen, C. (2013). Obituary: Remembering Daniel Stern. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(1), 64-65.
* Vermes, K. (2011). Book Review: “The Corporeal Turn: An interdisciplinary reader.” by M. Sheets-Johnstone. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(3), 259-263.
* Victoria, H.K. & Caldwell, C. (2013). Breathwork in body psychotherapy: Clinical applications. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 216-228.
* Viola, R.S. (2014). Book Review: “The emergence of somatic psychology and bodymind therapy”, by Barnaby Barratt. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 9(2), 115-118.
* Walwyn, B. (2013). Book Review: 8 keys to trauma recovery: Take-charge strategies to empower your healing. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(2), 125-126.
* Warnecke, T. (2011). Stirring the depths: Transference, countertransference and touch. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(3), 233-243.
* Weiss, H. (2009). The use of mindfulness in psychodynamic and body oriented psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(1), 5-16.
* Westland, G. (2006). Personal reflections on Gerda Boyesen 1922-2005. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(2), 155-160.
* Westland, G. (2007). Report on the EABP 2006 Congress: “Bodies of Knowledge – Resources for a world in crisis” in Askov, Denmark. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 2(2), 135-139.
* Westland, G. (2009). Considerations of verbal and non-verbal communication in body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 4(2), 121-134.
* Westland, G. (2010). Report on the 11th EABP Congress & 8th International Scientific Committee Congress in Paris, France. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(1), 89-93.
* Westland, G. (2011). Physical touch in psychotherapy: Why are we not touching more? Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(1), 17-29.
* Young, C. (2007). One Hundred And Fifty Years
On: The history, scope and significance of Body Psychotherapy today. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(1), 17-28.
* Young, C. (2008). The history and development of Body-Psychotherapy: The American legacy of Reich. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(1), 5-18.
* Young, C. (2010). The history and development of Body-Psychotherapy: European diversity. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 5(1), 5-19.
* Young, C. (2011). The history and development of Body-Psychotherapy: European collaboration. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 6(1), 57-68.
* Young, C. (2013). Reflections on Gerda Geddes. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 8(4), 270-277.
* Young, C. & Pallaro, P. (2008). A Dance across the Atlantic: Correspondence on understanding the difference between definitions and whether dance/movement therapy is a body psychotherapy. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 3(2), 125-132.
* Zabriskie, B. (2007). When
psyche meets soma: The question of incarnation. Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy, 1(1), 67-77.
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British Journal of Psychotherapy

* Balbernie, R. (1991). Skin that has no roots. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 8(1), 5-12.
* Field, N. (1989). Listening with the Body: An exploration in the countertransference. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5(4), 512-522.
* Gubb, K. (2014). Craving Interpretation: A case for Somatic Countertransference. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 30(1), 51-67.
King, A. (2011). When the body speaks: Tummy rumblings in the therapeutic encounter. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 27(2), 156-174.

King, A. (2012). The Dawn of a new identity: Aspects of a relational approach to psychotherapy with a transsexual client. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 28(1), 35-49.
* Music, G. (2015). Bringing Up the Bodies: Psyche–Soma, Body Awareness and Feeling At Ease. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 31(1), 4-19.
* Orbach, S. (2003). Part I: There’s no such thing as a body! British Journal of Psychotherapy, 20(1), 3-16.
* Orbach, S. (2003). Part II: Touch. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 20(1), 17-26.
* Rosenberg, V. (2007). On Touching a Patient. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(1), 29-36.
* Woodmansay, A.C. (1988). Are psychotherapists out of touch? British Journal of Psychotherapy, 5(1), 57-65.
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International Journal of Psychotherapy IJP

* Ablack, C.J. (2000). Body psychotherapy, trauma and the Black woman client International Journal of Psychotherapy, VOL. 5, NO. 2, 2000
* Cinotti, N. (2009). Obituary: A memory of Alexander Lowen and a reflection on Bioenergetic Analysis. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(2), 68-73.
* Cinotti, N. (2012). The role of embodied awareness in mindfulness and Bioenergetics. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 16(3), 6-16.
* Daws, L. (2013). The Last of the ‘Sin Eaters’: Psychodynamic reflections on the ‘Burning Mouth’ Syndrome. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 17(3), 24-42.
Dunne, T. (2009). The Neuropsychology of Psychotherapy: Recent findings from the “Hard Sciences” and the implications for psychotherapists. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(3), 58-66.
* Lobb, M.S. (2009). Sexuality
and Love in a Psychotherapeutic Setting: From the death of Oedipus to the emergence of the situational field – A Gestalt Therapy development. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(1), 5-16.
* Lytwyn, H., Fitz, W. & Ebner, C. (2009). Impact of the first standard exercise of Autogenic Training and of coping with cognitive distortions on psychic and psychosomatic symptoms and on heart rate variability in a patient with major depression: A case study. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(1), 62-71.
* Peleg, I., Brenner, J., Shimonov, M., Ravinda, O., Shwartz, D.K. & Rolef Ben-Shahar, A. (2010). Effectiveness Of Body Mind Therapy Of Cancer Patients Receiving Chemical Treatment. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 14(2), 49-66.
* Stadtmuller, G. & Gordon, J.A. (2011). The Biological Correlates of Emotions. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 15(3), 6-24.
* Steckler, L. & Young, C. (2009). Depression and Body Psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(2), 32-43.
* Stilman, R. (2009). Post-Natal Depression and the Implicit Client – an Inclusive Approach. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 13(2), 44-52.
* Young, C. (2007). The Power of Touch in Psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 11(3), 15-24.
* Young, C. (2008). Re-Balancing the Autonomic Nervous System: A necessary pre-requisite to effective counselling & psychotherapy. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(2), 24-35.
* Young, C. (2008). Body-Psychotherapy in Europe: EABP & EAP. International Journal of Psychotherapy, 12(3), 67-74.

Traumatology

* Diepold, J.H. (2000). Touch and Breathe: An alternative treatment approach with meridian-based psychotherapies. Traumatology, 6(2), 109-118.
* Feinstein, D. (2008). Energy psychology in disaster relief. Traumatology, 14(1), 127-139.
* Forrester, C. (2002). Book Review: “The psychophysiology of trauma and trauma treatment” by Babette Rothechild. Traumatology, 8(1), 34-37.
* Gentry, J.E. (Time limited trauma therapy in a tri-phasic model for the resolution of posttraumatic stress disorder: A case study of eight sessions. Traumatology, 4(1), 17-29.
* Leitch, M. L. (2007). Somatic Experiencing Treatment with Tsunami survivors in Thailand: Broadening the Scope of Early Intervention, Traumatology, 13(3), 11-20.
* Lipke, H. (1996). A Four Activity Model of Psychotherapy and Its Relationship to Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Other Methods of Psychotherapy. Traumatology, 2(2), 1-8.
* Ogden, P. & Minton, K. (2000). Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: One method for processing traumatic memory. Traumatology, 6(3), 149-173.
* Parker, C., Doctor, R.M. & Salvam, R. (2008). Somatic therapy treatment effects with tsunami survivors. Traumatology, 14(3), 103-109.