The Fall 2017 issue of the International Body Psychotherapy Journal, volume 16, number 3, is now online. This issue marks a significant transition to the IBPJ editorial team. Jill van der Aa, the managing editor since the journal’s inception, is stepping down and Antigone Orepoulou is stepping up for the Spring 2018 issue. We welcome her to the editorial team. The fall issue offers a range of papers. Readers can partake in an in-depth conversation about self-disclosure from a relational body psychotherapy stance, and explore client suffering as potentially originating from civilization then look at how getting in touch adaptively with the body resonates with helping society get in touch sustainably with the ecosystem. The pioneering work of Sabina Spielrein is explored as is the Triphasic Cumulative Microaggression Trauma Processing Model.
The APA Continuing Education Committee is now accepting half- and full-day workshop proposals for the APA 126th Annual Convention. Workshops are offered on a...
We are pleased to share information regarding APPPAH;s 20th International Congress in the beautiful city of San Diego, California, November 30-December 3, 2017! Along with a wonderful line-up of impressive Key Note Speakers and Breakout Speakers, they have now announced their selection of Pre and Post Congress Workshops. These will be taking place on Thursday, November 30 before the Congress and on Sunday, December 3, following the Congress. You can register for your Pre-Congress Workshop and Post-Congress Workshop by clicking on the each of the links listed below. The Birth Psychology Congress website also has more detailed information on all of the presentations, who the presenters are and what you can expect to learn during the workshop. The full day (8 hour CE credits) Pre-Congress Workshop is $100, and the half day (4 hour CE credits) Post-Congress Workshop is $50. If you have any questions you can reach out to us by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join international experts as they discuss the various principles involved in touch in psychotherapy practice. Kathy Kain and Aline LaPierre and will be our guests while USABP’s new President, Dr. Chris Walling moderates the panelists in what promises to be an in depth discussion of the various approaches and applications of touch in therapeutic praxis.
It is with great pleasure I wish to introduce myself to you, as the new incoming President of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP). The association has continued to serve our profession for over two decades by providing a hub for all somatic psychology. As the new board transitions this year into the administration we hope to continue to champion our mission to help advance the art, science, and practice of body psychotherapy and somatic psychology.
The USABP is inviting members to spend time on Wednesday night June 7th with their President, Beth Haessig. She will close the last 3 months of her term by being available for this LIVE-Q & A format through the medium of a WEBINAR. Ask a Question, Have a Conversation, Share an Experience, Feel like you're part of the USABP community, through experiential exercises or real-live dialogue. Call in to interact with a real live body-centered professional, whether it's involving a personal issue or professional - we want to keep you hooked in for the summer months through our LIVE CALL-IN WEBINARS.
The Alzheimer's Research and Prevention Foundation is offering a F*R*E*E* webinar this Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 6 pm PDT/9pm EDT. Join Dr. Chris Walling, ARPF Chair of the Education Advisory Committee, and Kirti Khalsa, ARPF CEO, as they take your questions and share the vision behind the new course they are offering October 19-22, 2017---- the new Brain Longevity® Therapy Training, which will take place on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles, California.
You are invited to read our review of the 15th European Congress of Body Psychotherapy published in the International Body Psychotherapy Journal.
You are invited to read your review of the USABP's 2016 conference on Sexuality, Spirituality and the Body, as published in the International Body Psychotherapy Journal
You are invited to read our review of the USABP 2016 Conference entitled: "Sexuality, spirituality and the body: the art and science of somatic psychotherapy. Report on the USABP conference, 20th–23rd July 2016" recently published in Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy.