Edited by Courtenay Young
Reading case studies, based on established clinical guidelines, offers educated insights into situations you may experience in your therapy sessions. This book, filled with 15 case studies offers an insider’s view into the work these therapists do and the outcomes they experience.
Contributors include: Stanley Keleman, Sladjana Djordjevic, Christina Bader Johannson, Courtenay Young, Herbert Grassman, Zoe Schillat, Bernhard Schlage, Galit Serebrenick-Hai, Russell Rose, Jacqueline Carleton, and Laura Steckler & Ulrich Sollmann (with Wentian Li).
The publishers hope this book will stimulate other professionals to publish their case studies to create archives of significant contributions to the research, the study, and the future development of our professional practice as body psychotherapists.
This is the 5th in a series of books published under the imprimatur of Body Psychotherapy Publications. It was published in conjunction with the EABP Science & Research Committee.
The book is available as a PDF down-loadable from
www.bodypsychotherapypublications.com and in hard copy, mailed to you.
Courtenay Young, volume editor, is the current editor of the International Journal of Psychotherapy; was the main English editor for The Handbook of Body Psychotherapy & Somatic Psychology (2015), and has written many published articles concerning Body Psychotherapy, psychotherapy and counselling, and spiritual emergencies. He was also the lead writer for the EAP Project to establish the Professional Core Competencies of a European Psychotherapist. He lives and works near Edinburgh, Scotland.