Dying To Be Born, and Being Born To Die: Cell Death As a Defining Pattern In Human Development and Death
Publication Date:March 1999
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Christine Caldwell, Ph.D., LPC, ADTR
Christine Caldwell, Ph.D., LPC, ADTR, a somatic psychologist, is the founder and former director of the Somatic Psychology program at the Naropa Institute in Boulder, Colorado. She teaches and trains her work, called the Moving Cycle, internationally, and is the author of two books, Getting Our Bodies Back, and Getting In Touch. She can he reached at PO Box 19892, Boulder, CO, 80308, or at http://members.aol.com/caldwellmv.