Write-up – Heather Ferguson

The Wilheim Reich Center for the Study of Embodiment Feb 24, 2024

Reflections On How Trauma and Dissociation Are Embodied

Heather Ferguson, LCSW

I want to acknowledge the panelists’ significant contributions to the study of aesthetic, improvisational, sensorial, unconscious, Read more

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Embodied effects of Trauma and Dissociation and a Clinical approach

by Henry Markman

In this limited time I’m going talk about my work with traumatized-dissociated patients, particularly those with early relational developmental trauma, and some of the ideas the guide me.

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Write-up – Françoise Davoine

2nd Wilhelm Reich Center Conversation

February 24, 2024

HOW ARE TRAUMA AND DISSOCIATION EMBODIED?

Françoise Davoine,

 “I turn to stone and my pain goes on,” said Wittgenstein, in his Philosophical Investigations. (§ 288)[1] . He had suffered Read more

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How Does Early Development Affect the Embodiment of the Clinical Encounter?

WAWI William Alanson White Institute

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE WILHELM REICH CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF EMBODIMENT

How Does Early Development Affect the Embodiment of the Clinical Encounter?

SPEAKERS

Ruella Frank, Zeynep Catay, Julianne Appel-Opper, Helena Vissing

MODERATORS

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How are Trauma and Dissociation Embodied?

The Wilhelm Reich Center for the Study of Embodiment

in collaboration with

The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology

Present

How are Trauma and Dissociation Embodied?

February 24th, 202412 noon to 2:00 PM, EST

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What is Embodiment in Clinical Practice?

The Wilhelm Reich Center for the Psychoanalytic Study of Embodiment

in collaboration with

The William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis & Psychology

Present

What is Embodiment in Clinical Practice?

November 18th, 202312 noon to 1:30 PM, EST

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