Childhood Psychotherapy: A Bioenergetic Approach by C.D. Ventling

By C.D. Ventling

The results of early youth trauma are usually serious and should expand into maturity leading to neurotic or maybe psychotic character problems. Separation from a mother or father at beginning or quickly afterwards and sexual and/or actual abuse are the traumata noticeable ordinarilly in teenagers. despite the fact that, emotional unavailability of the individual the kid pertains to or, nevertheless, overstimulation of a child can be disastrous. Treating little ones at an early age accordingly turns into a chief factor with the intention to hinder extra severe harm afterward in lifestyles. provided the following for the 1st time is an program of bioenergetic interventions transformed to fit childrens. the gathering of contributions by means of skilled body-oriented psychotherapists, all in deepest perform, offers with being pregnant, beginning and early formative years, supplying perception into either preventive in addition to therapeutic elements.

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The reaction can be aggressive or submissive. Thus, it also shows how the child perceives his strength. Confidence Exercises The child lies down on his back and makes himself stiff, while the mother lifts him up to a standing position. The exercise can be reversed, so that both start from the standing position. The mother is feeling the full weight of the child in her arms. She is carrying the responsibility, while the child is trusting her arms. A variation to this is for the mother to guide the child with closed eyes around the room.

A variation to this is for the mother to guide the child with closed eyes around the room. This exercise can be reversed, so that the child guides the mother; here attention must be paid that the child does this in control of himself. For it is a lot of fun to let the mother run against a wall or against another person. A further variation to the theme of trust is this exercise: while the child is lying on his back, the mother holds the child’s head in her hands and moves it about very slowly and very gently.

Now both begin to move their arms in a circle-like fashion, slowly or wildly as they wish. In this exercise mother and child become aware of how they move their Bioenergetic Duos – Uncovering Deficits in Mother-Child Relationships 25 bodies together. The rhythm of their movements reflects the quality of their interaction. Feeling Strength Here the child can try out his strength. He decides himself how strong he wants to be, and for how long and when to give in. The child is lying on his back and is asked to resist the mother’s effort to turn him around.

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