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Professor Dr Franz Ruppert is known for his groundbreaking theoretical work with trauma and identity, under the title of...

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Exact title of the book
My Body, My Trauma, My I: Constellating our intentions - exiting our traumabiography
Book author
Franz Ruppert
Book edition
Paperback
Number of pages
378 pages
Published
October 12th 2018 by Green Balloon Publishing
File size (in PDF)
1512 kB
My Body, My Trauma, My I: Constellating our intentions - exiting our traumabiography

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Professor Dr Franz Ruppert is known for his groundbreaking theoretical work with trauma and identity, under the title of Identity-oriented Psychotraumatology Therapy (IoPT). Building on the developments laid out in his eight previous books (five of which are translated into English), in this book his focus is on physical illness as the natural end result of longterm unresolved emotional trauma. The premise is that 'physical illnesses', whether structural problems, chronic illnesses, undefinable malaise or nameable diseases, are likely to have as their foundations some form of very early psychological traumatisation.

The book is a collection of essays, starting with an overview by Professor Ruppert from the perspective of IoPT theory, followed by an essay by Dr Harald Banzhaf, Medical Head of the Healing Centre Zollernalb, Germany, who illustrates at length how current scientific and medical developments support Ruppert's theories and thinking. The other 23 essays are written by practitioners who work with IoPT theory and method, bringing their own particular interest and expertise to understanding the origins of a variety of physical complaints in early emotional traumas. My Body, My Trauma, My I provides a further link in our understanding of ourselves as human beings, who we are, and why we suffer from the ailments that we do.