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A book for clinicians and clients to use together that explains key concepts of body psychotherapy.

The body’s intelligence is largely an untapped resource in psychotherapy, yet the story told by the “somatic narrative”-- gesture, posture, prosody, facial expressions, eye gaze, and movement -- is arguably more significant than the story told by the words. The language of the body communicates implicit meanings and reveals the legacy of trauma and of early or forgotten dynamics with attachment figures. To omit the body as a target of therapeutic action is an unfortunate oversight that deprives clients of a vital avenue of self-knowledge and change.

Written for therapists and clients to explore together in therapy, this book is a practical guide to the language of the body. It begins with a section that orients therapists and clients to the volume and how to use it, followed by an overview of the role of the brain and the use of mindfulness. The last three sections are organized according to a phase approach to therapy, focusing first on developing personal resources, particularly somatic ones; second on utilizing a bottom-up, somatic approach to memory; and third on exploring the impact of attachment on procedural learning, emotional biases, and cognitive distortions. Each chapter is accompanied by a guide to help therapists apply the chapter’s teachings in clinical practice and by worksheets to help clients integrate the material on a personal level.

The concepts, interventions, and worksheets introduced in this book are designed as an adjunct to, and in support of, other methods of treatment rather than as a stand-alone treatment or manualized approach. By drawing on the therapeutic relationship and adjusting interventions to the particular needs of each client, thoughtful attention to what is being spoken beneath the words through the body can heighten the intimacy of the therapist/client journey and help change take place more easily in the hidden recesses of the self.
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"This encyclopaedic work is a treasure trove of practical information and ready-to-use materials that you can utilize over a client’s entire healing journey. . . . Already I’ve gleaned much from the book that can enhance my work with clients, both those who have suffered trauma and those who have not. . . . What I appreciate most is the pragmatic approach Ogden and Fisher have taken in creating something much like a workbook for therapists in practice. There is a beautiful and logical flow to both the theory and the practical worksheets for therapists both old and new to the world of trauma therapy. "
The Neuropsychotherapist

"[G]reat for therapists who want to learn more about how the brain-body connection influences the lives of clients ― their emotions, cognitions, and physiological responses. . . . Ogden and Fisher make it easy to integrate the book’s exercises into therapy sessions, and to use the text directly with clients. In turn, clients who recognize that their traumatic experiences affect both the mind and the body may finally find some healing."
PsychCentral

"[I]ncorporating both a practical and theoretical perspective. . . . serves to bridge the gap between body psychology and other modalities. . . . [E]xplicitly for students and professionals, the vast amount of information presented makes it useful for practitioners of all degrees of experience."
Somatic Psychotherapy Today

"This impressive and illuminating book, written for therapists and clients alike, provides a wealth of clinical wisdom and knowledge of the body that can be easily integrated into any other psychotherapeutic framework."
European Society for Trauma and Dissociation Newsletter

"It has been said that the body is the unconscious in its most immediate form. In Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Pat Ogden shares with the reader the reality of this miracle as a here-and-now relational adventure that brings its full psychotherapeutic meaning to life. In a feat that approaches wizardry, the affective power of the body becomes so clearly grasped as a channel of communication within and between people that the physical is expanded beyond neuroscience, and neuroscience is therapeutically expanded beyond the individual brain/mind and the individual body. Simply put, Pat Ogden is not only a thrilling author but, for many readers, may be transformational."
Philip M. Bromberg, PhD, author, The Shadow of the Tsunami: and the Growth of the Relational Mind

"This magnificent book is the last word on the ‘somatic narrative’―the nonverbal language of gestures, postures, and facial expressions that reflect the inner maps that determine our orientation to our surroundings. Pat Ogden brilliantly explores how our fundamental engagement to the world is not primarily expressed in words or concepts, but by the way we habitually move and connect. Profound in its fundamental insights, thorough in its scientific underpinnings, and practical in its applications, this eminently accessible book promises to be the preeminent guide for therapists and patients alike to explore and transform persistent maladaptive behavior patterns. I hope that every therapy training program will put Sensorimotor Psychotherapy near the top of its required reading list."
Bessel van der Kolk, MD, Medical Director Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute; Professor of Psychiatry, Boston University School of Medicine

" Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a landmark book in the history of body psychotherapy and effectively provides the bridge between traditional psychotherapy and body-oriented therapies. In this discipline-changing volume, Pat Ogden brilliantly decodes the crucial role that the body plays in regulating physiological, behavioral, and mental states. The book provides an accessible tutorial that will enable the reader to understand the voice and vocabulary of the body. We learn that even when the spoken word fails the body dynamically communicates in a complex social world through gestures, postures, facial expressions, and vocalizations. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy equips the reader, whether clinician or client, with the tools necessary to link the intuitions of the body and the words of the personal narrative."
Stephen Porges, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; author of The Polyvagal Theory

" Sensorimotor Psychotherapy by Pat Ogden is a must-read for psychoanalysts interested in nonverbal communication, dissociation, and trauma. This sophisticated book provides a remarkable integration of theory and clinical practice, informed by research in trauma, attachment, infancy, and neurobiology, as well as by psychoanalysis. Through mindful moment-by-moment observation of experience, Ogden draws our attention to the somatic narrative, which may be different from the verbal narrative. Our habitual postures, alignment, gestures, and rhythms are intelligent adaptations to past experiences, but they may sustain outdated coping strategies. The book offers a rich array of entry ports into these habitual strategies, focusing on the body as the target of therapeutic action. Pat Ogden’s work makes an outstanding contribution to our field."
Beatrice Beebe, PhD, Clinical Professor of Medical Psychology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York State Psychiatric Institute

About the Author

Pat Ogden, PhD, (she/her), is a pioneer in somatic psychology, the creator of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy method, and founder of the Dr. Ogden is a clinician, consultant, international lecturer, and the first author of two groundbreaking books in somatic psychology: Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment (2015). Her third book, The Pocket Guide to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in Context, advocates for an anti-racist perspective in psychotherapy practice. Her current interests include couple therapy, child and family therapy, social justice, diversity, inclusion, consciousness, and the philosophical/spiritual principles that underlie her work.

Janina Fisher, PhD, a clinical psychologist and instructor at the Trauma Center, lives outside Boston, Massachusetts.

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Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2018
If you have purchased the book, printable PDFs of worksheets can be obtained by request at studentservices@sensorimotor.org.
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Elizabeth Renee Blue
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Nothing against the material but the worksheets are NOT use friendly as provided. And that’s the point of purchasing.
Reviewed in the United States on March 22, 2018
Anyone working with trauma will want to incorporate the body. My review is not about the substance of the book. Rather the format, which is why I bought the book. The promise of this book was the worksheets, which were a time saver for me, in terms of not having to make my... See more
Anyone working with trauma will want to incorporate the body. My review is not about the substance of the book. Rather the format, which is why I bought the book. The promise of this book was the worksheets, which were a time saver for me, in terms of not having to make my own. Here is my blow by blow so you can see why this is not just a petty gripe but a genuine time waster of a different order.
1) I discover the 832 page tome, largely consisting of worksheets, unlike every other worksheet equipped book in recent history, does not provide a link to download the worksheets.
2) I waste my time flagging them and planned to pay Office Depot even more money than I already paid for the book, so they could scan them for me on a flash drive. Except they would not. Copyright issue.
3) So I came back here to Amazon where I saw others recommend emailing the institute. Well, where? Its all split up into departments, none of which I belong.
4) I call instead to find the voicemail directory is the same as the email one, so I leave a message for some random person, who thankfully emails me the links to the PDFs. Great, right? All''s well that ends well? Guess again.
5) The password protected forms are provided in 4 links, so several chapters per link. So you cannot do anything except print individual pages to hand out to clients.
6) I printed out a set, which constitutes 1 binder. Realized that I wouldn''t be able to keep track of what pages I gave out and keep the set whole, so I printed out another to hand out. Now I have 2 binders to schlep around. I have multiple offices. I realized, though, if I want to give the same sheet to more than 1 client in a day (very likely since I specialize in trauma), how many sets will I need total? Its not like you are going to put all your clients back at step 1, and start with the first worksheet and work sequentially. There''s too many worksheets and they are quite simple (as they should be- it''s not for your brain but for you body who doesn''t need words). My point is that you will be skipping around depending on where your client is at. I do EMDR and experiential exercises of my own, my clients aren''t going to require each and every worksheet.
7) So I figured I''d go to Adobe DC and break the linked PDFs up so I could get each individual worksheet on a single page so I could do the 21st Century thing and transmit them to my clients electronically.

But guess what? There''s a special password that prevents me from doing anything remotely like that.
I mean, come on! It is 2018. Photocopying should be the way of the dodo by now.
Hands down, this is the worst worksheet psychotherapy book experience I''ve had. No- the ONLY one.
Take a lesson from Marsha Linehan, will you? I bought that one over a decade ago at least and I never had an issue with worksheets.
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Like being able to sit down with a trauma expert any hour of the day!
Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2015
This book is an amazing resource. It feels like being able to sit down with a trauma expert any hour of the day and learn something really valuable. As a trauma survivor I have already gained huge insight and shifted on a major issue I''ve been stuck on forever in just the... See more
This book is an amazing resource. It feels like being able to sit down with a trauma expert any hour of the day and learn something really valuable. As a trauma survivor I have already gained huge insight and shifted on a major issue I''ve been stuck on forever in just the few days I''ve been working with this book, and learnt so much about my reactions.

It''s written in a very easy to read style, given the dense material it covers; and the worksheets make it so real, really helping you to internalise the learnings and discover so much about yourself. While it is written with the intention of exploring with the help of a therapist, it is so clear it is of real use to trauma survivors who don''t currently have a therapist to guide them through the process: while as the authors say a book cannot replace a therapeutic relationship, this book covers so much education and things to help you realise why you react the way you do, that it goes a long way to helping even without a therapist to support the process. It''s like a map and a guidebook that gives you a sense of the way ahead and how to navigate it. As a trauma survivor currently not working with a therapist, this resource is invaluable to me; and I can see it would be a valuable resource for anyone wondering if they are getting what they need to out of working with their current therapist too.

If you, as either therapist or client, are skeptical about the need to include the somatic in therapy, this book is likely to convince you. I''ve heard too many trauma survivors say that talking about what happened is the real therapy and the somatic interventions are just like band-aids: this book is likely to help you to see that as trauma and attachment issues reside in the more primitive parts of our brain, whose language is rooted far more in the somatic than verbal, working with the body in this way is essential for real healing. There are so many trauma survivors who are in talk therapy and are just as destabilised years into therapy as when they began, and this book contains the skills they need to learn to be able to move forward with their healing and be more functional with the challenges of daily life.

An incredible amount of work must have gone into creating this, it is so educational and the worksheets are so well laid out. I hope this becomes a text for every trainee therapist to read (and every experienced one too!) I recommend getting the print version unless you have a big screen on your computer to be able to view the worksheets (it is really set up for printed rather than reading on a kindle, the worksheets are pretty much impossible to read on my kindle screen).

Huge thanks to the authors for the incredible amount of work that must have gone into creating such a phenomenal resource; and for your really generous sharing of your knowledge and processes.

Update: I thought I''d post an update after working with the book for a while. I''m really starting to understand my reactions so much better as a result of working with this book. I am in recovery from DID and find the sections on adapting the material for highly dissociative clients invaluable. I think I''ve come to understand the DID better from this book than the vast amount of books I''ve read specifically on DID. I wish everyone who is highly dissociative could work with this material, it can make such a difference.
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L. Davis
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Don''t buy Kindle if you want the worksheets
Reviewed in the United States on May 19, 2018
I did not know you cannot print the worksheets of the Kindle app. I cannot print off the worksheets! This is so frustrating! I understand the copyright issue but why is there not a code in order to get the worksheets? Now I have to figure out who to call or email to get the... See more
I did not know you cannot print the worksheets of the Kindle app. I cannot print off the worksheets! This is so frustrating! I understand the copyright issue but why is there not a code in order to get the worksheets? Now I have to figure out who to call or email to get the worksheets or spend more money to get the actual book which I don''t want because I don''t want to haul this heavy book around with me from office to office. I have a private practice and have 3 offices.

The contents of the book are 5 stars but it is 1 star for not making the worksheets accessible for professionals in this field. Does SPI really think we will rip them off with the worksheets! Shame on you SPI!

I called SPI and there is no department for getting the worksheets for the Ebook. Who am I supposed to contact!? Very frustrating?!
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G. Phillips
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Excellent!!
Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2016
I have worked with trauma victims, including foster children and youth, for over 30 years. This is without a doubt in the top five best books I have read in years. Cutting edge. It is extremely comprehensive, well-researched and well-written. You must integrate this... See more
I have worked with trauma victims, including foster children and youth, for over 30 years. This is without a doubt in the top five best books I have read in years. Cutting edge. It is extremely comprehensive, well-researched and well-written. You must integrate this approach to do effective trauma work. ''Talking'' won''t get it done! Also, I emailed SPI and they responded in literally minutes to provide me with a PDF of the worksheets. Both employees I communicated with were exceptionally helpful and responsive. I can''t tell you how many books I have purchased, and money spent, that turned out to be a waste. I assure you this one is not. I have colleagues who use out of the mainstream techniques. I prefer to use evidence-based methods. Dr. Ogden provides that. Buy the book.
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onlinepersona
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Really fascinating for this layperson
Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2019
This seems to be one of the few books written on the subject of embodied cognition. (If anyone knows of others I would appreciate pointers, maybe in the comment section?) It seems to be poorly edited. There are a large number of typos, on average, one per page. Most are... See more
This seems to be one of the few books written on the subject of embodied cognition. (If anyone knows of others I would appreciate pointers, maybe in the comment section?) It seems to be poorly edited. There are a large number of typos, on average, one per page. Most are just pesky, like extra or missing articles or punctuation, like someone decided to restructure the sentence but didn''t go back and address all the little needed corrections. Some are more serious, actually casting doubt on sentence meaning. Seeing that many typos in a published textbook is disconcerting. The subject matter is fascinating. I''m not in the field but I think the exercises are useful in promoting thinking about things that most of us are not accustomed to.
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David M. Bell
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Great for what it''s about but wasn''t what I was looking for
Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2015
I bought this book having owned the first book on the subject and thought it would pertain to the clinical process, the nuts and bolts of how to do Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Instead it ended up being a large collection of worksheets on trauma, with particular emphasis on... See more
I bought this book having owned the first book on the subject and thought it would pertain to the clinical process, the nuts and bolts of how to do Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Instead it ended up being a large collection of worksheets on trauma, with particular emphasis on the body. It''s similar to all those homework, worksheets CBT therapists love to give clients only these are based off of trauma theory, attachment and the body. If that''s what you''re looking for, it''s a superb book for that.

Personally, I was highly disappointed. I wanted to learn more of the "how" of this mode of work. But I guess I''ll stick to the more accessible experiential trauma focused therapies out there.
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Lee
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Fabulous book with a great deal of very helpful information
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2017
Fabulous book with a great deal of very helpful information, that is clearly presented. It''s a wonderful resource for use in my practice. I''m so grateful to Pat Ogden for having written it. As suggested by several other reviewers, after purchasing the book, I... See more
Fabulous book with a great deal of very helpful information, that is clearly presented. It''s a wonderful resource for use in my practice. I''m so grateful to Pat Ogden for having written it.

As suggested by several other reviewers, after purchasing the book, I contacted the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute for access to the PDF of the worksheets, and was able to get them without any problem. I simply called the Admissions Dept during business hours, and they were able to help me immediately. But if you want to try emailing, the email listed on the access page for the PDFs is for the Student Services/Affairs department. I hope this info helps others access the PDFs of the worksheets, which are a great resource - and it''s so much easier to have the PDFs, and not have to scan and print the worksheets from the book.
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LadyG'Diver
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Hard work but eventually satisfying
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 10, 2015
Having waited two years for the final publication of this book it was disappointing to find that I was ploughing through the first 100 pages with great difficulty. Previous books by Ogden have been pretty readable but this feels laborious and repetitive. Some apparent...See more
Having waited two years for the final publication of this book it was disappointing to find that I was ploughing through the first 100 pages with great difficulty. Previous books by Ogden have been pretty readable but this feels laborious and repetitive. Some apparent American neologisms like " disconfirm" are distracting but I suppose that is my British prejudice. It is quite annoying that this book is supposed to be at least partly a self help book and there is no indication of this on the cover and the authorial voice addresses scientific stuff, the therapist and the client separately. The language and structure in my view is not really clear enough for clients unfamiliar with psychotherapy terminology and I would not recommend it to a client. There are uncopyable worksheets in the e-book which is not really useful so if you are a therapist or client you may want to buy the expensive print version. After chapter 18 it became more readable and I copied 23 pages of it which were very useful in helping me understand and use sensorimotor methods.
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Sensorimotor therapy ''bible'' - a surprisingly accessible read
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 22, 2018
This is a hefty tome of a book which I think must be the ''bible'' of sensorimotor psychotherapy. That said I found it remarkably easy to dip into and read. I haven''t attempted to read it cover to cover yet but instead have dived into various chapters which are clearly laid...See more
This is a hefty tome of a book which I think must be the ''bible'' of sensorimotor psychotherapy. That said I found it remarkably easy to dip into and read. I haven''t attempted to read it cover to cover yet but instead have dived into various chapters which are clearly laid out with explanation of the exercises/worksheets that follow. It would be of interest to anyone who has experienced trauma [though you may want to work with a therapist for some of the work] and anyone who is working with people who''ve experienced trauma. The idea being to work through bottom-up processing - working through the body - as well as through top-down processing [which uses the thinking / pre frontal cortex of the brain]. Working through the body is deemed to be far more effective when working with trauma / PTSD etc. Working through the body might initially sound like a slightly wacky approach but the more I read about it the more convinced I am that this approach is more effective, and gives far greater hope of recovery, than a medicated/solely top-down approach.
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Trauma and Attachment For Both Therapist and Client
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 7, 2015
For practitioners and clients of all persuasions - Especially for those looking beyond the usual self narratives and who look for a more body based approach. Applying recent research into what sustains lasting change in the field of trauma and attachment, in my opinion this...See more
For practitioners and clients of all persuasions - Especially for those looking beyond the usual self narratives and who look for a more body based approach. Applying recent research into what sustains lasting change in the field of trauma and attachment, in my opinion this is the first of it''s kind and hopefully not the last ! The book can be used in many different ways- For each of the three phases of sensorimotor psychotherapy, theory is followed by plenty of worksheets This is an experiential body based approach. In order to get the most out of it, you will need to ensure that phase one is covered well and used throughout the other two phases The endorements speak for themselves with names such as Bromberg, Siegal, Van Der Kolk and of course Porges As Porges says himself - '' This is a landmark book in the histoy of body psychotherapy'' I can''t add to that !
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Jason Brooker
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Outstanding contribution to psychotherapy.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 18, 2018
Essential reading for all therapists who understand how important the body is in healing trauma. I wouldn''t be without this book now as I can apply many of the ideas covered in this manual to nearly all of my clients.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 11, 2019
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