The Nose Reveals Our Relationship With Emotions

Do you express your emotions? Are you able to name them, talk about them, relate to your feelings? If your answer is not an unqualified yes, you might be among the 10 percent of the healthy population who has difficulty processing the emotions they experience: a psychological condition known as alexithymia. An alexithymic individual has difficulty, to a greater or lesser degree, in relating to the sensations – ranging from joy to fear, from disgust to anger – which make up our experience.

Beyond the Words

BEYOND THE WORDS: SOME IMPLICIT DIMENSIONS OF PSYCHOANALYTIC TREATMENT – CONTRIBUTIONS FROM NEUROSCIENCE Judith Rustin doi: 10.12744/tnpt(5)030-038 Download all the articles from this issue using the link below. [wlm_private “NPT Basic|3 Year...

Mind-Body Connection

The Mind–Body Connection working with bodily experiences Judith Rustin EMOTIONS ARE ONE of the most salient components of psychotherapy. The neuroscience view of emotion is related to, but distinct from, the way clini- cians usually define and think about...