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Franz Renggli, Ph.D. presents an in-depth discussion of his work as a psychoanalyst and body psychotherapist in Basel, Switzerland. This discussion is enhanced by the inclusion of several case studies.
KEY WORDS: body psychotherapy, birth psychology.
Castellino, R. (1996). Resolving prenatal and birth trauma. Training manuscript. Santa Barbara, CA: BEBA.
Castellino, R. (In Press). Prenatal and birth therapy, an approach to re-patterning adverse early imprinting.
Emerson, W. (1996/2000). Collected works I and II: The treatment of birth trauma in infants and children and pre- and perinatal regression therapy. Petaluma, CA: Emerson Training Seminars.
Grof, S. (1985). Beyond the brain: birth, death and transcendence in psychotherapy. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
Levine, P. (1997). Waking the tiger: healing trauma: the innate capacity to transform overwhelming experiences. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Maret, S. (1997). The prenatal person, Frank Lake's maternal-fetal distress syndrome. Lanham/New York: University Press of America.
Renggli, F. (2002). The origin of anxiety: a synopsis. Journal for Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 17(2), 127-141.
Renggli, F. (2002). Tracing the roots of panic to prenatal trauma. In L. Schmidt and B. Warner (Eds.): Panic: Origins, Insight and Treatment. North Atlantic Books, Berkeley, CA.
Renggli, F. (2003). Tracing the roots of panic to prenatal trauma. Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 17(4), 289-299.
Van der Kolk, B., Macfarlane, A., & Weisaeth, L. Eds. (1996). Traumatic Stress: The effects of overwhelming experience on mind, body, and society. New York: Guilford Publications.
Castellino, R.: www.castellinotraining.com
Emerson, W.: www.emersonbirthrx.com
Renggli, F.: www.franz-renggli.ch
Franz Renggli, Ph.D.
Franz Renggli, Ph.D., is a scholar, author, psychoanalyst, and body psychotherapist in Basel, Switzerland. Send correspondence to him at Nonnenweg 11, 4055 Basel, Switzerland.