There’s always this sense of anticipation when I read a book by editors and authors I personally know. My belly churns; there’s an involuntarily pause before I exhale, and my heart adds a beat to its rhythmic song; a resonance exists that translates from colleague to text. I hear their voice while reading as if we are together, in person, having an amicable chat.
When I heard that Halko Weiss, Courtenay Youngand Michael Sothwere part of The Handbook of Body Psychotherapy and Somatic Psychology,
(I didn’t know Gustl Marlock)
when I heard that many colleagues had contributed chapters, I immediately had to read it and share my thoughts with SPT Magazine’s readers.
I had no clue what I was in for!
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