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Published on Mar 2, 2012
n cognitive/somatic psychotherapy, I focus on six skills that are important for personal presence and coping. These skills support clinicians in becoming and staying present to the here and now-being able to learn, discover, integrate, and manage states of emotional arousal in self and clients.
One of these skills-boundaries-is about the ability to feel and demonstrate the difference between something that is me and something that is in the surrounding world. Boundaries allow us both to fill up from the inside and set limits in the outside world. Come and explore your boundaries
Linda K. Brewer, EdD, MFT, LCSW, is a therapist in private practice in San Francisco, a CIIS clinical supervisor, and adjunct faculty at CIIS and JFK University. She offers workshops in resource-oriented skills training and supervision. She integrates into her work an interest in somatic psychology, attachment theory, and family systems.