By Nick Totton
There's at present an explosion of curiosity within the box of physique psychotherapy. this is often feeding again into psychotherapy and counselling often, with many practitioners and trainees changing into attracted to the function of the physique in keeping and freeing anxious styles. This selection of ground-breaking paintings through practitioners on the vanguard of up to date physique psychotherapy enriches the full remedy global. It explores the forefront of concept and perform, together with: Neuroscientific contributions Embodied countertransference circulation styles and child improvement Freudian and Jungian techniques Continuum circulate Embodied-Relational treatment approach paintings Body-Mind Centering® Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy Trauma paintings New Dimensions in physique Psychotherapy is a vital contribution to the ‘turn to the physique’ in glossy psychotherapy. individuals: Jean-Claude Audergon, Katya Bloom, Roz Carroll, Emilie Conrad, Ruella Frank, Linda Hartley, Gottfried Heuer, Peter Levine, Yorai Sella, Michael Soth, Nick Totton, David song.
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For this, the therapist needs both sensitivity to micro- NEUROSCIENCE AND THE LAW OF THE SELF 29 changes or ‘energetic’ shifts in the client, and the capacity to speak to both the left (insight-oriented) and right (feeling-oriented) brain of the client. This is epitomized in the sophisticated use of countertransference. Countertransference emerges from the therapist’s very rapid processing of global and micro bodily information in themselves and the client. As these impressions take some kind of form – an impulse, a metaphor, a sensation, a feeling – they can be more fully processed, leading to new in-the-moment hypotheses.
In optimal circumstances this is an intrinsic capacity which develops from the dependency of early infancy to the complex, varied and interdependent self-regulation of a healthy adult. The organization of the brain-body is one of loops, spirals and complementary structures. Reciprocal tension between the sympathetic and parasympathetic systems manages the metabolic and emotional energy for engaging and responding, and recovering equilibrium. As we have seen, the ANS is organized largely through the tripartite hierarchy of emotion-regulating sites, which feed into the right-brain.
Both flight-or-fight and immobility are adaptive responses. Where the flightor-fight response is appropriate, freezing will be relatively maladaptive; where freezing is appropriate, attempts to flee or fight are likely to be maladaptive. Biologically, immobility is a potent adaptive strategy where active escape is prevented. When, however, it becomes a preferred response pattern in situations of activation in general, it is profoundly debilitating. Immobility becomes the crippling, fixating experience of traumatic and panic anxiety.
New Dimensions in Body Psychotherapy by Nick Totton