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Embodied Relating and Transformation

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Beschreibung

"What kinds of embodied and relational learning can come from developing a responsive relationship with a horse? What insights might such ways of learning offer counselors and educators? In this book, the authors explore how women challenged by disordered eating develop transformative relational and embodied experiences through Equine-Facilitated Counseling (EFC).
Embodiment refers to how we engage with others and the world in often habitual and taken for granted ways that shape who we are and the relationships we have. These habitual ways of being provide us with a sense of stability, but they can sometimes become constraining and problematic (as in the case of eating disorders). Our corporeal engagement with the world structures such habits, but it can also afford us opportunities to experiment, modify, and challenge problematic patterns, and in some instances, create new and preferred ones.
The horses that participate in EFC present a vastly different sort of other who can help clients interrupt their sedimented ways of being and foster moments of responsivity that hold the power to become transformative. This theoretical context presents a different way of thinking about and practicing counseling - one that adds to a growing language of embodiment across a variety of disciplines. Chapters set forth a theoretical context for understanding the following: relationally embodied processes of stability and change, EFC, client stories from our research associated with riding horses in EFC, and implications we see for practice across different healing and learning contexts. "



Inhalt
Background; Personal Introductions; A Different Kind of Dialogue; Why Horses?; Eating Disorders; Discourse as Power; Eating Disorders Defined (and Limited); Traditional Discourses and Cartesian Dualism; Traditional Discourses for Understanding and Addressing Eating Disorders; The Rise of Embodied and Socio-Cultural Approaches; A Corporeal Approach; Beyond the Remembering Body; EFC and Women with Eating Disorders; Deepening Corporeal Sense-Making and Engagement; Hermeneutics and Phenomenology: From Husserl to Merleau-Ponty; Research and Practice as Communion; The Hermeneutic Tradition and Stories; Research and Practice as Transformation; A Fusion of Horizons; Articulating Bodily Experience; Photos of the Horses and Healing Hooves; Examples of the Painted Horses and Creative Projects; Tales of Dialogic Movement and Possibility; Hillary's Personal Journal and Field Notes; Rain and Bones (Hillary's Story); Riding without Reins (Sarah and Dyggur's Story); Inner Strength and Igniting Moments (Monica, Cutie, and Skye's Story); Coming Home (Patty and Dubh's Story); Sky/Land/Self (Mya and Dyggur's Story); More than Words Can Say (Katie and Dubh's Story); Stories Waiting to be Created and Told; Invisible Threads and New Beginnings; Dualism Revisited; Creating an Apt Language; Implications for Disordered Eating and Beyond; Recommendations for Counselors; Threads of Possibility; Appendix A: Group Session Topics; Appendix B: Interview Questions; References.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Embodied Relating and Transformation
Untertitel: Tales from Equine-Facilitated Counseling
Autor:
EAN: 9789463002684
ISBN: 978-94-6300-268-4
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Hersteller: SensePublishers
Herausgeber: SensePublishers
Genre: Pädagogik
Veröffentlichung: 30.10.2015
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Dateigrösse: 4.62 MB
Anzahl Seiten: 136
Jahr: 2015

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