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The Voice of the Body

The Role of the Body in Psychotherapy

Published by The Alexander Lowen Foundation
Distributed by Simon & Schuster

About The Book

The Voice of the Body is the first publication in a single volume of Alexander Lowen's public lectures known as The Lowen Monographs.

This historical collection of twenty-two lectures by one of the founders of contemporary body psychotherapy embodies the groundbreaking principles of Bioenergetics and Bioenergetic Analysis. Presented between 1962 and 1982, these lectures document the depth and breadth of Lowen's work not otherwise detailed in his published work. Poignant and relevant to the challenges of today's world, the topics include: Stress and Illness: A Bioenergetic View; Breathing, Movement and Feeling; Thinking and Feeling: The Bioenergetic Analysis of Thought; Sex and Personality; Self Expression vs. Survival; Aggression and Violence in the Individual; and Psychopathic Behavior and the Psychopathic Personality.

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  • Publisher: The Alexander Lowen Foundation (October 25, 2012)
  • Length: 358 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781938485046

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