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Read two articles on Hakomi in the leading-edge Psychotherapy Networker magazine:

In Search of a Lost Self by Shai Lavie, M.F.T., Hakomi Faculty (Sept/Oct 2011 issue). Click here to read the article

Dancing with the Unconscious: An Approach Freud Never Dreamed Of (July/August 2011 issue). Click here to read the article

  Hakomi Books & Reviews  
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  Hakomi Forum (link to Professional Journal)  
  About Hakomi Therapy, Ron Kurtz  
  About the Method, Ron Kurtz  
  Buddhist Influences on Psychotherapy, Jim Lehrman  
  Dancing with the Unconscious: An Approach Freud Never Dreamed Of, Rob Fisher, MFT  
  Hakomi: Mindful Self-Observation, Nina Cherry  
  Hakomi and Attachment (PowerPoint presentation) 2011
Manuela Mischke Reeds, M.F.T.
    Hakomi and Attachment - PowerPoint presentation by Maci Daye, L.P.C., Certified Hakomi Trainer (2011)  
    Loosening the Grip of Addiction: A Mindful Recovery by Julie Murphy, R.A.C., M.F.T. Cand., Certified Hakomi Trainer  
    Mindfulness-Based Family Therapy by Shai Lavie, M.F.T., Certified Hakomi Teacher  

Mindfulness in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy by Rob fisher, M.F.T., Certified Hakomi Trainer - From "The Therapist" CAMFT Journal (California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists), September 2011

  Mindfulness and Renowned Research, Halko Weiss  

Nonlinear Science, Mindfulness and the Body in Humanistic Psychotherapy
(from The Humanistic Psychologist #37, 2009), Greg Johanson, Ph.D., Certified Hakomi Trainer, Hakomi Institute Co-Founder (pdf)

  Overview of the Method, Cedar Barstow, M.Ed  
  Psychotherapy, Science & Spirit: Nonlinear Systems, Hakomi Therapy, and the Tao,  (from the Journal of Spirituality and Mental Health, Vol 11, Number 3, July-September, 2009), Gregory Johanson, Ph.D. (pdf)  
  Radar (doc), Richard A. Heckler, Ph.D.  
    Taking Over" Technique with Veteran Trauma Work. (A shorter version of this article entitled "Creative Struggle" was published in Somatic Psychotherapy Today: The USABP Magazine, September 2011, Volume 1, Number 2, pp. 37-38.)
Gregory Johansen, Ph.D.
    Trauma States, Mindfulness and the Body by Manuela Mischke Reeds, M.F.T., Certified Hakomi Trainer  
  The Use of Mindfulness in Psychotherapy (doc) - an APA Publication,
Gregory Johansen, Ph.D.
  Working Experientially and Somatically with Couples, Rob Fisher, M.F.T.  
  Listening to the Body: Three Pragmatic Case Studies of Body-Centered Psychotherapy—A Three Page Abstract (doc) by Amelia Kaplan, Psy.M. with Laurie Schwartz, M.S., L.M.H.C., Certified Hakomi Teacher. Winner of the 2005 U.S. Association of Body Psychotherapists Research Award. (doc)  
  Listening to the Body: Three Pragmatic Case Studies of Body-Centered Psychotherapy—Dissertatioin (pdf, 1MB) by Amelia Kaplan, Psy.M. 2006.  
  A Descriptive Study on the Differences Between Body Psychotherapists and Traditional Counselors, Stephanie L. Rauch, Ph.D. Full dissertation (doc, 548k);  Results only (doc, 172k)  
  The Application of Mindfulness in Psychotherapy, (doc) Joe Soma, M.A., M.S., Certified Hakomi Therapist  
  Hakomi Code of Ethics (pdf)  
  Bibliography on Mindfulness and Psychotherapy (pdf)  
  Publications Bibliography (doc)  

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