Self-Regulation and Psychodynamics in Bioenergetic Analysis
An Approach to Advanced Training
Keywords:Bioenergetic Analysis, psychodynamics, structural disorders, affect regulation, organization of the mental defense
AbstractThis article presents ten theses containing theoretical considerations for a postgraduate curriculum as currently tested by the Polish Society for Bioenergetic Analysis. The bioenergetic notion of the self, of affect regulation and of mental defense are modified in order to allow for psychodynamic conflict-, structureand trauma-pathological concepts to be integrated into Bioenergetic Analysis. Among other advantages, this approach facilitates the work with structural disorders (narcissism, borderline personality disorder) in Bioenergetic Analysis.
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