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What Was Missing from Our Classic Psychophysiological Profile? Was It the Therapist?

What Was Missing from Our Classic Psychophysiological Profile? Was It the Therapist? Biofeedback Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 22–24 www.aapb.org DOI: 10.5298/1081-5937-47.1.07 BI BIOFEEDB OFEEDBACK ACK FRO FROM M A AN N OTHER OTHER PE PERSPEC RSPECTIVE TIVE What Was Missing from Our Classic Psychophysiological Profile? Was It the Therapist? 1 2 Dr. Arnon Rolnick, PhD, and Yossi Ehrenreich, MA 1 2 Rolnick’s Clinic, Ramat Gan, Israel; Peres Academic Center, Rehovot, Israel It is possible that the mere presence of the therapist can This column focuses on the role of the other in biofeedback affect physiological readings? and psychophysiological therapy. Our previous paper presented our conviction that an intersubjective point of Our colleagues in Israel, Golland et al. (2015), explored this question. They studied whether the convergence of view that focuses on the interaction between the therapist physiological and emotional states can occur among and the client is very much needed here. In fact, the founders of our field were highly attuned to psychody- ‘‘merely co-present’’ individuals, without direct interac- tional exchanges. They found that the autonomic signals of namic thinking. Neal Miller, for example, attempted to integrate Freudian concepts into learning processes (Rolnick co-present participants were idiosyncratically synchronized, & Rickles 2010). Adler and Adler http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Biofeedback Allen Press

What Was Missing from Our Classic Psychophysiological Profile? Was It the Therapist?

Biofeedback , Volume 47 (1): 3 – Apr 1, 2019

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Allen Press
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Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback
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1081-5937
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Biofeedback Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback Volume 47, Issue 1, pp. 22–24 www.aapb.org DOI: 10.5298/1081-5937-47.1.07 BI BIOFEEDB OFEEDBACK ACK FRO FROM M A AN N OTHER OTHER PE PERSPEC RSPECTIVE TIVE What Was Missing from Our Classic Psychophysiological Profile? Was It the Therapist? 1 2 Dr. Arnon Rolnick, PhD, and Yossi Ehrenreich, MA 1 2 Rolnick’s Clinic, Ramat Gan, Israel; Peres Academic Center, Rehovot, Israel It is possible that the mere presence of the therapist can This column focuses on the role of the other in biofeedback affect physiological readings? and psychophysiological therapy. Our previous paper presented our conviction that an intersubjective point of Our colleagues in Israel, Golland et al. (2015), explored this question. They studied whether the convergence of view that focuses on the interaction between the therapist physiological and emotional states can occur among and the client is very much needed here. In fact, the founders of our field were highly attuned to psychody- ‘‘merely co-present’’ individuals, without direct interac- tional exchanges. They found that the autonomic signals of namic thinking. Neal Miller, for example, attempted to integrate Freudian concepts into learning processes (Rolnick co-present participants were idiosyncratically synchronized, & Rickles 2010). Adler and Adler

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BiofeedbackAllen Press

Published: Apr 1, 2019

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