Bioenergetic Basis: History and evolution of Bioenergetic Analysis by Guy Tonella
Schizoid Structure: An Existential Struggle for the Right to Exist by Louise Fréchette
Oral character: Understanding and Treating the Abandoned Child by Vincentia Schroeter
Masochistic Character: Struggling to become oneself by Garry Cockburn
Psychopathic structure: Who accepts you for just being by Thomas Heinrich
Rigid Character: Description of Phallic to Hysterical Character by Liane Zink
The first series of webinars (6 episodes) talks about the principles of Bioenergetic Analysis, and about some character structure types further developed by Alexander Lowen:
- Webinar 1: Bioenergetic Basics by Guy Tonella
- Webinar 2: Schizoid Character by Louise Fréchette
- Webinar 3: Oral Character by Vincentia Schroeter
- Webinar 4: Psychopathic Character by Thomas Heinrich
- Webinar 5: Masochistic Character by Garry Cockburn
- Webinar 6: Rigid Character by Liane Zink
IIBA Clinical Journal
The Clinical Journal of the International Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis is published annually and is distributed to all members of the international organization. Its purpose is to further elaborate theoretical and scientific concepts and to make links to enhance communication and broaden our connection with other schools of therapy, as well as with academic psychology, medicine, and other psychosomatic schools of thought. Bioenergetic Analysis is published once a year.
Bioenergetic Analysis publishes clinical reports, theoretical analyses, empirical investigations, and book reviews pertaining to the theory and practice of Bioenergetic Analysis.
All issues of the Clinical Journal are also available in print. On the website of Psychosozial-Verlag you will find all the available printed issues and you have the option to order a copy.
Since 2005, our Clinical Journal is now publsihed in our new e-library. This service allows you to get full issues in PDF format, as well than individual articles extracted from these issues.
The IIBA Reader, is more than just a compilation of professional articles. This is a historical document. It traces the development of thinking and practice in Bioenergetic Analysis.
The papers in this compendium span a wide range of ideas, perspectives, clinical applications, and viewpoints.