This acclaimed work, first published in 1985, presents in full detail, the most effective aspects of bioenergetics, Gestalt therapy, psychomotor therapy, Reichian orgonomy, and many others, are fully detailed, along with a wealth of practical therapeutic techniques. This book is divided into four parts: the historical and theoretical perspective; the body as the locus of personality assessment; the body as the locus of psychotherapeutic intervention; and personal and ethical considerations. --- from the publisher
About the Author
Edward W.L. Smith is a Professor of Psychology and Coordinator of Clinical Training at Georgia Southern University. He has written numerous professional articles and edited The Growing Edge of Gestalt Therapy. He is also the author of The Person of the Therapist (2003). An international workshop leader, he is a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology of the American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP). He lives in Statesboro, Georgia.