Trauma & Counseling Books


The Polyvagal TheoryThe Polyvagal Theory
by Stephen Porges

New in 2011, the long-awaited first book from the originator of the Polyvagal Theory. Look in Resources for materials on this groundbreaking understanding of the autonomic nervous system, foundation of health.
FocusingFocusing
by Eugene Gendlin

The classic, from the originator of body-centered psychotherapy.
Crash CourseCrash Course
by Diane Heller

Very practical applications of trauma recovery principles, specialized for auto accidents but relevant for all PTSD.
The Power of FocusingThe Power of Focusing
by Ann Cornell

Gendlin’s student expanded the concepts and provides numerous practical exercises.
The Journey of SoulsThe Journey of Souls
by Michael Newton

Hypnotherapist studies of regression to pre-conception; excellent for broadening a client’s perspective.
Remote Viewing SecretsRemote Viewing Secrets
by Joseph McMoneagle

Osteopaths report developing the ability to accurately visualize sub-surface tissue; this book gives a hypothesis for how to develop that capacity.
Triune Autonomic NS PosterTriune Autonomic NS Poster
by John Chitty

Price: $24 (40% off for 10 or more)

18” x 24” on heavy paper. This new poster combines info from multiple presentation slides to give an overview of the Polyvagal Theory concept.

Purchase here.
In an Unspoken VoiceIn an Unspoken Voice
by Peter Levine

New in 2011, an updated summary of Peter Levine’s Somatic Experiencing method.
Waking the TigerWaking the Tiger
by Peter Levine

The foundation of our approach in both Craniosacral and Polarity contexts. Superseded by ‘In an Unspoken Voice’, Levine’s follow-up book to ‘Waking the Tiger’.
Trauma and the BodyTrauma and the Body
by Pat Ogden, Kikuni Minton, et al

Academic summary of body-centered trauma recovery theory and practice.
Heal Your BodyHeal Your Body
by Louise Hay

Gives pointers for exploring mental-emotional factors in specific diseases. Useful to help clients entertain new ideas and about their conditions.
Open Focus BrainOpen Focus Brain
by Les Fehmi

Excellent method for developing practitioner perceptual skills. CD included for daily practice.

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