In this interview, Nancy Eichhorn was asking about Michael’s background and contribution to the Relational Body Psychotherapy Panel at the EABP/CABP International Conference coming up in September 2012 in Cambridge.
Here are some headlines from the content of the interview:
- Do we have a shared understanding of what we mean by ‘relational’?
- Relational Body Psychotherapy Panel at the 13th International EABP Congress for Body Psychotherapy (Sep. 2012)
- Different kinds and modalities of therapeutic relatedness
- How helpful is neuroscience to Body Psychotherapy?
- Traditional Body Psychotherapy - reversing or transcending body-mind dualism?
- Objectification – how do we ‘treat’ the objectified body?
- The therapist’s stance: doctor, teacher, body expert?
- The wisdom of the body – easy to experience, hard to pass on
- Can we ‘educate’ the client into embodiment?
- When an objectifying authority is not good-enough
- Following character theory through into the therapeutic relationship
- To what extent can the client experience therapy from outside their character?
- The Conundrum: the ‘Relational Turn’
Here is the link to the interview: The ‘Relational Turn in Body Psychotherapy’