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Body-oriented psychotherapy

The founder of the psychotherapeutic method, Wilhelm Reich. The basic principles of the psychotherapeutic method differ sharply from the basic principles of other psychotherapeutic methods. In body-oriented psychotherapy, at the beginning, one works with the client's body, activating certain body structures or segments, getting to the psychological experiences or psychological traumas, which at the time of their occurrence have created "traces" in the physical body, and if they are not processed, then they can remain there for a lifetime and sometimes even create physical ailments.

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