It was an enriching exchange today at my guest lecture with the students of the MA Counseling program of Webster University Geneva. I was talking about Embodied Self-and-Other-Awareness, the concept I developed while working on the review of the book Restorative Embodiment and Resilience. In this experiential workshop I bridged dance, indigenous cultures and Gestalt therapy to encourage clinicians working with the body in mind: this enhances embodied awareness of the self, which in turn helps in sensing the other and connecting.
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