Flying or Falling

What is it that lets a work group function optimally? What promotes the completion of the task, an atmosphere conducive to cooperation, the solution of conflicts and the further development of the group and of its individual members?  Many models have been constructed at various times to answer these questions. BODYnamic's answer is a model consisting of eight necessary functions to be maintained by a leader (leader functions) or as a group (group functions). Hence the name: F8. Associations to the F16 fighter bomber are not out of place here: A "crash landing" cannot always be avoided, but the F8 model generally "keeps you flying" when used consistently. 

2017-12-19T20:52:18+00:00October 23rd, 2017|General Psychology|

The Peak Interview – as used in Coaching

The Peak Interview - as used in CoachingBy: Bent Warming-Rasmussen, Erik Jarlnæs, Jesper Raalskov Summary The Peak Interview is a particular effective method to make unconscious human resources conscious. The client (interviewee) is interviewed about a self-elected personal successful experience. The therapist/ Coach (interviewer) asks about the process that led to this success. Hereby a number of factors, which led to the success, are identified. The client hereby gets an awareness of the success and which conditions and connections that led to [...]

2021-02-20T16:10:21+00:00October 17th, 2017|General Psychology|

Supervision with a Bodily Anchor

After many years as supervisor to psychologists and other related groups I got an impulse to share some of my notices and ideas in a larger forum. There are many aspects in working with supervision. It is not my intention to overview this total area. I simply want to share experiences in using specific effective tools from my practice as supervisor.

2017-12-22T19:38:31+00:00October 16th, 2017|General Psychology|

Ethical Consideration in Somatic Psychotherapies

This article addresses the need to develop ethical standards in the field of body psychotherapy. It is directed to those counsellors and psychotherapists who utilize somatic approaches in their practice as well as those in the larger psychotherapeutic community. The authors' intent is to expand the information available in the field, hopefully leading to increased awareness of ethical concerns and the development of appropriate ethical standards of practice.

2017-12-22T18:41:17+00:00October 14th, 2017|General Psychology|
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