The Embodied Psychotherapist: The Therapist's Body Story

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Index

a
account making 58
Afghanistan 17
asthma 65-6 , 72-6 , 90 , 96 , 101 , 114 , 123 , 129 , 147 , 151
autobiographical 43

b
BACP 2 , 4 , 152
bioenergetics 23
biosynthesis 23
body:
armour 12 ;
as barometer 93-4 ;
client's 9 , 12 , 23-5 , 57 , 79 , 93-4 , 105-6 , 108-10 , 113 , 119 , 145 , 148 , 150 ;
language 23 , 27 ;
as machine 11 , 15 , 94 ;
as memory bank 95 ;
mirroring 47 , 65 , 78-9 ;
narrative 42-3 , 54 , 57 , 63 , 65 , 71-2 , 76 , 83 , 91 , 108 , 144 ;
as radar 93 ;
story 1 , 5 , 24 , 54 , 58 , 61 , 133 ;
subtle 35 ;
techniques 13 ;
unconscious memory 83 , 86 , 91
boundaries 24-5 , 125-6 , 154 ;
blurred 146 ;
contact 100-1 ;
leaky 85 , 125 , 145
Buddhism 17 , 112
burnout 112 , 125 , 130 , 151

c
Cartesian 11 , 15-16 , 32 , 35-6 , 39-41 , 46 , 94 , 148 ;
see also mind-body dualism
cat-work 97-9
Chiron 23 , 127
Christianity 10
clinical theology 4 , 51
cognitive behavioural 4
common factors 58
confidentiality 5 , 134
confluent 77 , 146
constructivism 36 , 52 , 55 , 60
contagion 44 , 73 , 123 , 135 , 145
containment 79
contaminated 85 , 124
conversion 14-16
countertransference 1 , 5-6 , 26-7 , 35 , 46 , 67 , 72 , 74 , 80 , 90 , 96 , 104 , 122 , 139-40 , 144 , 146 , 150 , 152 , 156 ;
cure 99 ;
embodied 33-4 ;
erotic 38
critical psychotherapy 143 , 154-6
critical reflexivity 38 , 90 , 99 , 149-50
cultural perspectives 112-15

d
Dante 88 , 107 , 131 , 133-4 , 136-9 , 147
dialogic 66-7
discourse:
egalitarian 139 ;
medical 11 , 16 , 18 , 20 , 40-1 , 106 , 114 ;
professional and personal 72 , 83 , 109 , 144-8 ;
psychoanalytic 15 , 90 , 99 ;
psychotherapy 9 , 23 , 32 , 35 , 37-8 , 42 , 45-6 , 49-52 , 54 , 61 , 91 , 104-5 , 107 , 111-12 , 131 , 142 , 149-56 ;
scientific 11
discussion groups 3-4
disembodiment 41-3
doctor-patient encounter 41-2 , 90
dramatherapy 4 , 55 , 147

e
eczema 92 , 97-9 , 151
emotional heart 89 , 104-5 , 119 , 130
empathy 32 , 34-5 , 43-8 , 69 , 72 , 108
Estonia 4
ethics 25 , 60
evolution 44-5

f
face:
and embodiment 44

g
gender 4 , 16 , 20-1 , 30 , 37-8 , 48 , 52 , 55
Germany 4
gestalt 4 , 24-5 , 27 , 33-4 , 37 , 39-40 , 67 , 93 , 97-100 , 145-6
GOsC 2
Greek 10 , 127
guru 28
gut reaction 65 , 69-70 , 120

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