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The Art of BART : Bilateral Affective Reprocessing of Thoughts as a Dynamic Model for Psychotherapy

Author: Arthur G O'Malley
Publisher: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"The Art of BART (the Bilateral Affective Reprocessing of Thoughts) is a practitioner's introduction to an innovative psychotherapy model that draws on and integrates well-proven therapies (such as EMDR, sensorimotor psychotherapy and CBT) and on the Indian chakra tradition and other historical beliefs. As a therapeutic approach it has particular relevance to those who are living with the consequences of a traumatic  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur G O'Malley
ISBN: 9780429481109 0429481101 9780429905872 0429905874
OCLC Number: 1031871454
Description: 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Contents: Chapter 1 Concept of intuition and introduction to BART psychotherapy for both therapy and peak performance --
chapter 2 Activation of the chakras using BART psychotherapy and peak performance --
chapter 3 Neurodevelopment of the head-brain, heart-brain, and gut-brain --
chapter 4 Vibrational frequencies related to accelerated information processing in patients or clients --
chapter 5 Proposals for BART psychotherapy with special populations and effects of abuse and neglect on the developing brains of the patient or client --
chapter 6 The mystery of consciousness --
chapter 7 Development of thought and the role of BART psychotherapy and peak performance in reprocessing thoughts --
chapter 8 Guidelines for practitioners on conducting a BART psychotherapy session --
chapter 9 Taking a trauma and developmental history --
chapter 10 Influence of some research in trauma therapy by --
chapter 11 Living in a hypothetical world dominated by the left hemisphere's perspective, and summary of the five stages of BART psychotherapy --
chapter 12 Using BART for peak performance in sport, business, academia, and any pursuit where anticipatory anxiety impairs results --
chapter 13 Template for comprehensive assessment of the patient or client prior to BART psychotherapy or peak performance, and use of the Hermann brain dominance instrument.
Responsibility: Arthur G. O'Malley.

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"The Art of BART (the Bilateral Affective Reprocessing of Thoughts) is a practitioner's introduction to an innovative psychotherapy model that draws on and integrates well-proven therapies (such as EMDR, sensorimotor psychotherapy and CBT) and on the Indian chakra tradition and other historical beliefs. As a therapeutic approach it has particular relevance to those who are living with the consequences of a traumatic event and those who seek after peak performance in fields such as sport and the arts. The book introduces the reader to BART as a psychotherapy that can benefit patients with disorders such as anorexia nervosa and dissociative identity disorder, and those who have suffered a traumatic event. It also looks at the information processing of the mind-body at the levels of the gut heart and the gut brain, and it makes connections between the endocrine and immune systems and the chakras of Indian tradition. The latest theories on the neurobiology of trauma are explained and the application of BART to patients with autism and other conditions is discussed. Included in the book is a step-by-step guide to the five stages of BART and a detailed template for assessment of trauma to the twelve cranial nerves. The final chapters introduce readers to key concepts in neuronal development, with particular reference to the default mode network whose normal maturation is often hijacked by traumatic experiences well into adult life. Novel ways to ensure accurate DNA replication are mentioned, and the value of using BART to help people achieve peak performance in a range of fields (such as sports and the arts) is described. There is also a detailed health questionnaire, which practitioners can use to supplement their practice."--Provided by publisher.

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