Somatic Psychotherapy acknowledges that the body and the mind are interconnected and function together, and that to adequately address psychological issues, the body must also be considered and addressed. From the somatic perspective, changes do not just happen on a psychological level, but must also be somatically experienced and anchored.
This series offers an understanding of the way the mind and body impact each other and introduces ways to work somatically in clinical practice.
Somatic Imagery to Relieve Stress & Anxiety
Facilitate Self-Discovery Through Drama Therapy
Introduction to Focusing: A Somatic Approach to Psychotherapy
Applications of Clinical Hypnosis in Mind-Body Medicine