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SOA13 405 with Joan Klagsbrun

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One Response to SOA13 405 with Joan Klagsbrun

  1. ellette says:

    Felt Sense as presented by Joan Klagsbrun seems to have many similarities with Pat Ogden’s sensorimotor work for trauma. Both emphasize the importance of tapping into the body’s held knowledge, which is often outside of conscious awareness and language. What a great tool for helping a client give voice in a different way to his or her body language and wisdom, and making it a conscious part of the therapeutic discourse!

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