Aposhyan, Susan
March 2011
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p62
In this article, the author discusses the aspects of neurological patterning and somatic awareness in psychotherapy. She mentions that somatic awareness can also be considered as a new type of behavioral therapy. She points out the importance for psychotherapists to recognize the behavioral patterns to facilitate the learning process of the patients.


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