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Body–Mind Integration

  • James Binder
Chapter

Abstract

Mastering of the following basic interviewing skills are necessary in order to be successful with the somatic fixation role plays: maintain a slow pace and listen , obtain the personal story , join, contract , ask open-ended inquiries , obtain theory of illness, and give affirmations.

Keywords

Personal Story Unnecessary Test Gluten Sensitivity Recurrent Chest Pain Emotional Safety 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • James Binder
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  1. 1.Cabin Creek Health SystemsDawesUSA
  2. 2.Marshall University School of MedicineHuntingtonUSA

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