The International Body Psychotherapy Journal is pleased to announce the publication of volume 16, number one, Spring 2017, available online and in print now. The issue is dedicated to hope, and the Journal’s Editorial team hopes the papers might inspire and ignite curiosity and hope in the readers. Papers include: a discussion about when the war ends—dialogues between reality and fantasy, healing and psychotherapy; ways to end therapy; embodied conflict resolution (combining body psychotherapy, Gestalt equine psychotherapy and Aikido); and the development of the LIFE Questionnaire, a body responsiveness questionnaire validated on a European sample looking at the mediation between body awareness and affect, and connection with mindfulness, body, and physical activity. There is a paper discussing the development of the Levang Inventory of Family Experience designed to operationalize and validate Pesso-Boyden System. And, you can also read about the two body psychotherapy conferences held in 2016 sponsored by the USABP in Providence, Rhode Island and the EABP in Athens, Greece.
You can access the Journal free online at www.IBPJ.org and print issues are available to our subscribers.