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by C.D. Ventling

  • Author: C.D. Ventling
  • ISBN: 3805571496
  • ISBN13: 978-3805571494
  • ePub: 1708 kb | FB2: 1980 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Medicine
  • Publisher: S. Karger; 1 edition (November 15, 2000)
  • Pages: 88
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Childhood Psychotherapy: A Bioenergetic Approach ePub download

Separation from a parent at birth or soon afterwards and sexual and/or physical abuse are the traumata seen most often in young children. However, emotional unavailability of the person the child relates to or, on the other hand, overstimulation of a baby can also be disastrous.

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In: Ventling CD (Hrsg) Childhood psychotherapy: a bioenergetic approach. Karger, Basel, S 9–18Google Scholar. Ventling CD (2001b) Le corps de la femme enceinte: sa relation avec son bébé. Le Corps et l'Analyse 2: 88–103Google Scholar. Psychotherapeut 45: 230–236CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Authors and Affiliations.

Bioenergetic Analysis is a form of psychotherapy where two approaches are combined: the verbal and the bodily . Recent book publications have explored extended realms for specific applications of Bioenergetic Analysis (Ventling 2001; 2002).

Bioenergetic Analysis is a form of psychotherapy where two approaches are combined: the verbal and the bodily approach. Both approaches take part in the therapeutic process. Severals authors have tried to connect neurobiological findings to ic concepts and techniques (Resneck-Sannes 2003; Klopstech 2004; in press; Lewis 2004; Koemeda-Lutz and Steinmann 2004; Koemeda-Lutz 2004; in press; Ventling 2004).

Birth and bonding: to be or not to be In: Ventling CD (Hrsg) Childhood psychotherapy: a bioenergetic approach. Bioenergetic body work was judged to be important and indispensable by about half of the patients. Theorien des Lernens I, 5. Aufl. Regarding the stability of the therapeutic result, 107 patients indicated a stable or even improved condition. Of the 35 patients who since termination of the bioenergetic therapy had chosen to undergo further therapy, 16 opted again for a body-oriented psychotherapy.

book by Christa D. Ventling. Separation from a parent at birth or soon afterwards and sexual and/or physical abuse are the traumata seen most often in young children.

The consequences of early childhood trauma are often severe and may extend into adulthood resulting in neurotic or even psychotic personality disorders. Separation from a parent at birth or soon afterwards and sexual and/or physical abuse are the traumata seen most often in young children. However, emotional unavailability of the person the child relates to or, on the other hand, overstimulation of a baby can also be disastrous. Treating children at an early age therefore becomes a prime issue in order to prevent more serious damage later on in life. Presented here for the first time is an application of bioenergetic interventions modified to suit young children. The collection of contributions by experienced body-oriented psychotherapists, all in private practice, deals with pregnancy, birth and early childhood, providing insight into both preventive as well as healing aspects. Psychotherapists, psychiatrists and psychologists treating adults, adolescents, and children will find here a new dimension to the classical treatment methods of childhood psychotherapy. Pediatricians and child guidance counselors should also find this volume inspirational.
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