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The Alexander Technique as an Adjunct to Psychotherapy

Subtitle:   Inhibition as a Tool for Managing Emotions
Author:   Ziff, Joel
ISBN:   ATBOOKS112
Publisher:   ATI
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In working to address problems of anxiety, stress, trauma, addiction, compulsive behavior and other psychological problems, clients need help in dealing with the overwhelming intensity of strong emotional responses. The Alexander Technique can provide an important tool in this task, helping students focus on the kinaesthesia of their emotions as part of a whole-body awareness. The practice of inhibition also can be used as a way to stop acting out habitual, dysfunctional impulses to try to make the feelings go away. In this session, Joel Ziff, Ed.D., a psychologist and Alexander Teacher, provided an overview of the use of the Alexander Technique as an adjunct to psychotherapy, discussing how to structure the work so that it is constructive and appropriate, and suggesting possibilities
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