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Therapy in 3D

Lessons from Body Psychotherapy

Barbara Goodrich-Dunn • 6/1/2004

Since the days of Wilhelm Reich, somatic psychotherapy has existed as a somewhat estranged relative of mainstream talk therapy. But with the increased focus on the mind-body connection, it's finally time to take a look at what somatic therapists might have to teach their oh-so-talky colleagues.

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Therapy in 3D

Lessons from Body Psychotherapy

Barbara Goodrich-Dunn • 6/1/2004

Since the days of Wilhelm Reich, somatic psychotherapy has existed as a somewhat estranged relative of mainstream talk therapy. But with the increased focus on the mind-body connection, it's finally time to take a look at what somatic therapists might have to teach their oh-so-talky colleagues.

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Barbara Goodrich-Dunn has practiced and written about body psychotherapy and other somatic therapies for almost 40 years. She is a co-founder of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy and the D.C. Area Guild of Body PsychotherapistsPsychotherapy Networker,the Journal of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy, and is excerpted in the book, The History of Body Psychotherapy. She is co-author (along with Elliot Greene) of The Psychology of the Body.