The Miraculous Achievements of Bodywork: How Touch Can Provide Healing for the Mind, Body, and Spirit

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iUniverse, Jun 9, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 360 pages

Why do some people miraculously turn around after suffering from life threatening illnesses, emotional trauma, and spiritual despair?

Dr. Ronan Kisch has documented twenty-seven bodywork/massage therapists whose clientsdespite grave medical prognoses or life traumahad unusual, if not miraculous recoveries after having bodywork with these practitioners. Who are these practitioners that have had these successes? What transpired in their sessions that allowed for such miraculous events? What is it that you could do to create these possibilities for yourself and others? Dr. Kisch, who brought to light the psycho-behavioral aspects confronting bodywork practitioners in Beyond Technique: The Hidden Dimensions of Bodywork, now examines the spiritual domain of bodywork.

 

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Contents

Part II THE PLAY
31
Part III FINALÉ
233
Appendix A Client Expectations
297
Appendix B Practitioner Expectations
319

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Ronan M. Kisch, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist and bodywork educator in private practice in Dayton, Ohio. He received his doctorate degree from the University of Kentucky where he was an NIMH Trainee at the Department of Medical Behavioral Science. He received post doctoral training at The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. Dr. Kisch is a Certified Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET) Practitioner, a Nationally Certified Bodyworker, a Trager® practitioner, and he holds a certificate from The Santa Barbara Graduate Institute in Somatic Psychology. He has served as a counseling specialist at Kent State University and as a health psychologist in Dayton’s Miami Valley and Sycamore Hospitals.

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