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Title The body in psychotherapy : international congress, Geneva, February 1-3, 1996 / editor, J. Guimón
Published Basel ; New York : Karger, 1997

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Contents Preface -- Corporeity and Psychotherapy: Some Preliminary Concepts -- From the Body Schema to the Body Image -- The Neuropsychology of the Body Image -- Sensorimotor Function and Its Evolution -- The Body and Its Functions, between Neurology and Psychiatry -- The Evaluation of the Body Experience and Image -- The Doctor's Face: A Mirror of His Patient's Suicidal Projects -- The Body and Distance in Psychopathology -- Disorders of the Experience of Self -- Corporality and Psychoses -- The Psychosomatic Crossing of Pierre Marty -- Changes in Perception of One's State of Health -- The Childhood of Adult Psychosomatic Patients -- For a Typology of Body-Mediated Therapies -- The Body and Psychotherapy -- States of Consciousness and Psychotherapeutic Change -- Translating the Body: Perception, Images and Representations -- Metapsychology of Experience -- The Body in Psychoanalysis -- Psychomotor Therapies in Psychotherapies Involving a Corporal Approach -- The Concept of Process in Relaxation Psychotherapy -- A Psychoanalyst's Thoughts Regarding the Therapeutic Effect of Relaxation Therapy -- Relaxation Training as a Long-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy -- Body and Psychopathology -- Autogenic Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis -- Training Mental-Health Professionals in Relaxation Therapy: Clinical Examples -- Training Hypnosis -- Training in Analytical Psychodrama -- Assessment of Current Training in Psychosomatics: Primary-Care Medical Practice -- Author Index -- Subject Index
Summary Psychiatric disorders can in many cases be linked to major disturbances in physical well-being. Unfortunately, the numerous efficient psychotherapies which involve the body have not yet completely found their way into official psychiatry. In contrast, many alternative treatments, of which some are quite controversial, are being offered by unqualified individuals. For a long time now, western culture has labelled the human body an origin of temptation and sin. Even though there has been a change during the last decades, professionals and artists interested in the body itself are still even today treated with great scepticism. This interesting publication provides a critical overview on research conducted mainly in Paris and Geneva. It aims to review the neurophysiological basis of body perception and schema in health and sickness, as well as widely accepted psychotherapeutic procedures for rehabilitation based on corporality. Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychomotor therapists, psychotherapists and neurologists will find a wealth of information in this book that has until now been unavailable in English scientific literature
Notes Based on the International Congress on the Body in Psychotherapy
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
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Subject Mind and body therapies -- Congresses
Body image -- Congresses
Body schema -- Congresses
Psychotherapy.
Psychophysiology.
Psychotherapy
Body Image
Psychophysiology
Psychotherapy
Psychophysiology
Body image
Body schema
Mind and body therapies
Lichaamsattitude.
Psychotherapie.
Image du corps.
Schéma corporel.
Thérapies corporelles.
Psychothérapie.
Corps -- Aspect psychologique.
Genre/Form proceedings (reports)
Conference papers and proceedings
Conference papers and proceedings.
Actes de congrès.
Form Electronic book
Author Guimón, J
S. Karger (Firm)
International Congress on the Body in Psychotherapy (1996 : Geneva, Switzerland)
LC no. 97009894
ISBN 9783318002102
3318002100