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Somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies This podcast explores somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies. It features conversations with psychotherapists, occasionally researchers.

Somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies This podcast explores somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies. It features conversations with psychotherapists, occasionally researchers.
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Somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies This podcast explores somatic psychology, relational therapies, mindfulness and trauma therapies. It features conversations with psychotherapists, occasionally researchers.

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English


Episodes

Stacy Reuille-Dupont: Using Exercise Science to Bridge Understanding in Therapy

9/1/2019
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In this conversation, we talk about a blending of disciplines – – specifically, using exercise science to bridge understanding in somatic psychology interventions. The goal is to bring together the science of the physical body with the science of the emotional body to go beyond symptom reduction and reconnect the self and body. Audio only: […]

Duration:00:45:50

Gregg Henriques: A framework to integrate objective view & personal view

7/22/2019
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In this conversation, Dr. Gregg Henriques explains the Tree of Knowledge System and describes how it provides a way to think about the universe from an objective scientific view and a personal lifeworld view. It achieves this by dividing the universe into four different planes of existence, Matter, Life, Mind and Culture, and the discussion […]

Duration:00:31:55

Deb Dana about the Polyvagal Theory in psychotherapy

7/1/2019
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This conversation is about using the Polyvagal Theory in clinical practice. Deb Dana talks about how a focus on experientially understanding the role of the autonomic nervous system helps to creatively involve clients in their healing process. Audio only: Deb Dana, LCSW, specializes in treating complex traumatic stress and lectures internationally on the ways Polyvagal […]

Duration:00:26:55

Deb Dana about the Polyvagal Theory in psychotherapy

7/1/2019
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This conversation is about using the Polyvagal Theory in clinical practice. Deb Dana talks about how a focus on experientially understanding the role of the autonomic nervous system helps to creatively involve clients in their healing process. Audio only: Deb Dana, LCSW, specializes in treating complex traumatic stress and lectures internationally on the ways Polyvagal […]

Duration:00:26:54

Seth Zuiho Segall: Mindfulness in context

6/1/2019
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In this conversation, we talk about putting mindfulness and Buddhism in context — the contexts in which they evolved, and in which they are currently practiced in the Western world.  Audio only: Seth Zuiho Segall is a Zen priest in the White Plum Asanga and Zen Peacemaker Order lineages. He is a retired clinical […]

Duration:00:37:04

Alaine Duncan & Kathy Kain: Restoring inner balance

5/1/2019
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Combining Eastern and Western trauma physiology, Alaine Duncan and Kathy Kain introduce a new map for body-oriented clinicians to help restore balance in their clients. Using concepts from Acupuncture and Asian Medicine (AAM) alongside descriptions of the threat response from Western bio-behavioral science, they describe common physical symptoms, emotional presentations, and paths for healing for […]

Duration:00:32:21

Andy Fisher: Ecopsychology

3/1/2019
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This conversation is a wide-ranging exploration of the new field of ecopsychology. It includes discussions of how the lived body and Buddhist psychology figure in this field, as well as the radical implications of reconnecting our minds to nature. Audio only: Andy Fisher, PhD, is a major figure in ecopsychology, having tracked and reflected on […]

Duration:00:35:53

Andy Fisher: Ecopsychology

3/1/2019
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This conversation is a wide-ranging exploration of the new field of ecopsychology. It includes discussions of how the lived body and Buddhist psychology figure in this field, as well as the radical implications of reconnecting our minds to nature. Audio only: Andy Fisher, PhD, is a major figure in ecopsychology, having tracked and reflected on […]

Duration:00:35:48

Terry Marks-Tarlow: Embodied creativity & the courage to face uncertainty

3/1/2019
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Terry Marks-Tarlow, PhD, has been a practicing clinician since 1985 and a practicing yogini since 1979. She specializes in deep transformation and issues surrounding creative production and believes that all effective psychotherapy is inherently creative. In this conversation, she and Serge Prengel discuss how the embodied creativity and meditative aspects of everyday life dovetail with […]

Duration:00:42:10

Janina Fisher: Integrating somatic approaches to trauma with ‘parts’ language

2/1/2019
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Trauma often inculcates fears of body awareness and incapacitating shame that complicate the use of somatic approaches. As Janina Fisher explored how to help such clients with befriending their emotional and body responses to trauma, she began to develop a way of helping them to understand themselves as fragmented and to become more aware of […]

Duration:00:56:20

Nancy Eichhorn: Somatic Psychotherapy Today

1/10/2019
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Nancy Eichhorn talks about the magazine she founded 8 years ago, Somatic Psychotherapy Today. Audio only: Who is Nancy Eichhorn? I am a writer, editor, and teacher. Writing has always been my way to be me, to voice my experiences, my perspectives, my dreams and desires. Sitting with a blank white page, sensing the expanse […]

Duration:00:16:08

Steven Hayes: Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

1/1/2019
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In this conversation, we talk about Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) within the broader context of the human condition.  Audio only: Steven C. Hayes is Nevada Foundation Professor in the Behavior Analysis program at the Department of Psychology at the University of Nevada. An […]

Duration:00:40:45

Carmen Joanne Ablack talks about EABP

12/21/2018
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This podcast would not exist if it weren’t for the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP) and the US Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP). So we want you to know EABP & USABP. In this conversation, Carmen Joanne Ablack, President of EABP, talks about EABP. Audio only: Carmen Joanne Ablack holds BA Hons in Psychology and Sociology, PG […]

Duration:00:40:37

Chris Walling talks about USABP

12/15/2018
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This podcast would not exist if it weren’t for the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP) and the US Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP). So we want you to know EABP & USABP. In this conversation, Chris Walling, President of USABP, talks about USABP. Audio only: Dr. Chris Walling, PsyD, MBA, C-IAYT, an award winning researcher and […]

Duration:00:19:28

Alice Ladas: Early coping strategies: another kind of addiction

11/30/2018
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In this conversation, Alice Ladas describes a workshop focused on identifying coping strategies in a way that respects people’s humanity instead of pathologizing them. Audio only: While there is no transcript for this talk, there is a write-up by Alice Ladas on the same topic, as well as the 2 lists mentioned in the talk. See: […]

Duration:00:08:57

Eva Gold on Buddhist psychology & Gestalt psychotherapy

11/1/2018
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In this conversation we talk about the convergences of Buddhist psychology/mindfulness with Gestalt therapy as well as how they are different in their emphasis and ultimate aims. This creates the ground for discussing the benefits of an approach that integrates the two—a Buddhist psychology informed Gestalt therapy (BPGT). This conversation is also available in video […]

Duration:00:45:58

Michael Soth on the therapeutic relationship

9/1/2018
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In this conversation, we talk about the therapeutic relationship as a bodymind process between two people who are both wounded and whole. This conversation is available as a video, as well as audio only, and as a printable PDF transcript. Audio only: Michael Soth is an integral-relational Body Psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor (UKCP), with more than […]

Duration:01:05:55

Michael Soth on the therapeutic relationship

9/1/2018
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In this conversation, we talk about the therapeutic relationship as a bodymind process between two people who are both wounded and whole. This conversation is available as a video, as well as audio only, and as a printable PDF transcript. Audio only: Michael Soth is an integral-relational Body Psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor (UKCP), with more […]

Duration:01:05:55

Stefan Deutsch: A theory of love as foundation for therapeutic intervention

8/1/2018
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In this conversation, Stefan Deutsch talks about his theory of love as nourishment, the evidence for it, and how it applies to clinical practice. Audio only: After escaping communist Hungary with his parents, Holocaust survivors, Stefan Deutsch grew up in NYC, graduated Hunter, CUNY, then NYU for Movement Therapy. He is a certified Gestalt psychotherapist […]

Duration:00:43:37

Stefan Deutsch: A theory of love as foundation for therapeutic intervention

8/1/2018
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In this conversation, Stefan Deutsch talks about his theory of love as nourishment, the evidence for it, and how it applies to clinical practice. Audio only: After escaping communist Hungary with his parents, Holocaust survivors, Stefan Deutsch grew up in NYC, graduated Hunter, CUNY, then NYU for Movement Therapy. He is a certified Gestalt psychotherapist […]

Duration:00:43:37