Bioenergetics and Gender, Love, Sex, Relationship
In the last decades, the world of psychotherapy has deeply enriched its knowledge of human beings thanks to infant research, attachment theory and neuroscience, etc.
In the same time, people from women and civil rights movements and from the LGBTQR world struggled to conquer the right to their own subjectivity of existence; against a conventional view of life (that measures all aspects) from the Caucasian male perspective.
This has deeply changed the psychotherapy approach to what is to be considered healthy and what is not, and allows us to support our clients better than in the past.
Our new e-book presents a collection of articles summarized how today Bioenergetic Analysis looks at the themes of gender, relationship, sexuality and love.
This collection of articles is written from personal and professional experiences, as well as case studies and exercises focused on Bioenergetics and Gender, Love, Sex, Relationship.
With contributions by: M. Rosaria Filoni, Elaine Tuccillo, Rossana Colonna, Diana Guest, Virginia Wink Hilton, Garet Bedrosian, Patrizia Moselli, Monica Monteriù, Paola Bacigalupo, Helen Resneck-Sannes and Fina Pla Vila
Eds M. Rosaria Filoni
International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis (ed.)
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IIBA PDW Papers
PDWs are one of the opportunities for members of our IIBA community to share with each other how we are touched by and how we express the aliveness that BA is about. The format for the PDW into 3 broad categories:
1) adding to and refining my therapeutic skills;
2) how BA supervision draws upon Character Structure concepts and adds additional skills to the complexity of supervising; and
3) how BA concepts are used in teaching that has a strong experiential component.
The PDW rotates every two years between the IIBA conference years (i.e. is in even numbered years) in the three IIBA regions. This is to make local access easier as well as encourage participation from the other regions. Like the IIBA Conference, we can experience our global presence.