biodynamic psychology

biodynamic psychology

(1) Body-oriented psychology, see there.
(2) Biodynamic psychotherapy, see there.
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In Craniosacral techniques as well as in Biodynamic psychology (8), the therapist affirms to perceive at least three flows (or breaths) with which he/she interacts to attain psychophysical wellbeing.
Ideas from foundation sources of body psychotherapy, the author's specialty, are integrated throughout the book, encompassing biodynamic psychology, gestalt, core energetics, bioenergetics, and the work of Wilhelm Reich.