Revised and updated edition of this body psychotherapy classic, Reichain Growth Work sets out to convey the essential features of Reichian Therapy in concrete and easily understandable language. The style of body therapy which it describes is democratic, growth-oriented and undogmatic, while still committed to Reich's radical description of human beings and their difficulties. This book is for people who want to change; because only by changing, profoundly painful as that sometimes is, can we stay alive and growing.
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Nick Totton is a body psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor living and working in Calderdale, where he also grows vegetables. He has a grown-up daughter. He has published several other books including Body Psychotherapy: An Introduction, and Press When Illuminated: New and Selected Poems. He is editor of the journal Psychotherapy and Politics International (Wiley). Together with Em, he took the first steps towards initiating the Independent Practitioners Network.Em Edmondson is a body-orientated psychotherapist who has worked in private practise as a therapist since 1981. Past work has included co-facilitating trainings in Reichian growth work and Hakomi. Her current group work approach is Authentic Movement. She is the mother of 2 adults.Review:
Twenty years on, its authors reaffirm the relevance of their style of Reichian bocywork and its place in the context of today's psychotherapeutic preoccupations with embodiment, trauma and attachment - Jargon free, charming and democratic, it makes for and accessible read. Lisa Schmidt, body therapist, Therapy Today, June 2009.
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