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Trauma z pohledu biosyntézy: od fragmentace k integraci
Trauma from the biosynthetic standpoint: from fragmentation to intergation

Author(s): Barbora Janečková, Yvonna Lucká
Subject(s): Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Clinical psychology
Published by: Masarykova univerzita
Keywords: Trauma; Biosynthesis; detotalization; embryological model; lifefiels model; “extraordinary experiences”;

Summary/Abstract: Biosynthesis arose as a response to the theme of psychological trauma, i.e. an experience which disturbs the mental balance and functioning human being. That is why the topic of trauma, its treatment options and work with traumatized clients runs through Biosynthesis psychotherapy as a central thread. David Boadella, the founder of Biosynthesis, worked for many years with children with developmental difficulties. He worked to find the personal resources of clients and utilise them optimally, which is another important aspect biosynthesis.

  • Issue Year: 11/2017
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 120-131
  • Page Count: 12
  • Language: Czech