The Role of Bioenergetic Supervision in Bioenergetic Training
by Alex Munroe in IIBA Clinical Journal - Volume 19, 2009, pp. 101-112
Supervision plays a key role in the trainee's progress toward certification as a CBT therapist. Therefore, it is important to clearly understand and discuss the components of bioenergetic supervision. Some common features of supervision in psychology, social work and bioenergetic analysis are outlined. Aspects of supervision unique to bioenergetic analysis are identified. The article concludes with an exercise to help the reader become familiar with some of the concepts presented in bioenergetic analysis. This article represents a first attempt to contribute to this debate.
Keywords: bioenergetic analysis, psychotherapy, supervision, social work, training.
by Odila Weigand in IIBA Clinical Journal - Volume 8, Number 1, Winter 1997, pp. 10-24
Live supervision has been an instrument for training therapists in Bioenergetic Analysis, whereby the training evaluation is carried out by doing therapy with the supervisor physically present in the room. Although other body therapy training courses, such as Biosynthesis, utilize live supervision in the more advanced stages as well as use it as an evaluation criteria, I do not know of any article previously written on live supervision in body psychotherapy literature. I hope this paper will arouse in my colleagues the impulse to write and share their experiences, not only as supemsees but as supervisors as well. As the supervisor's responsibility is great, we must create space for the exchange of knowledge and experience.
FROM BODY STRUCTURE TO BODIES IN RESONANCE: The evolution of the therapeutic relationship in bioenergetic Analysis Fina Pla - In The Clinical Journal of the International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis, 27, 71–110 (2017).
Translation and publishing agreement by Svetlana Dinaburg, (Perm Society Bioenergetic Analysis) (31/01/2023)
ОТ СТРУКТУРЫ ТЕЛА К ТЕЛАМ В РЕЗОНАНСЕ : ЭВОЛЮЦИЯ ТЕРАПЕВТИЧЕСКИХ ОТНОШЕНИЙ В БИОЭНЕРГЕТИЧЕСКОМ АНАЛИЗЕ Фина Пла (Fina Pla)
from "The History and Scope of Body Psychotherapy" by Ulfried Geuter in "The Handbook of Body Psychotherapy & Somatic Psychology", 2015, p. 22-39 North Atlantic Books Publisher
With a preface and translator's comments.
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