This book is for psychotherapists, counseling body workers, and Reiki practitioners who have a basic kwledge of Reiki. It addresses the following issues: how to introduce table work to clients, the ethics and use of Reiki touch, an energy model for understanding psychological problems and symptom formation, treatment techniques for exploring and releasing the negative effects of held trauma energy, the installation of corrective cognitive and emotional experiences, the use of breath work and visualization, ways to help clients be present in their bodies, ways to clear and vitalize the Human Energy Field, and how to use intention and affirmation for cognitive, emotional, and behavioral change. Throughout this book, case examples are given to highlight the issues that typically arise when combining Reiki with psychotherapy. For more information, please visit http: //www.psychotherapeuticreiki.com
Richard R. Curtin, Jr., Psy.D., RMT is a clinical psychologist and Reiki Master Teacher in private practice in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Massachusetts Psychological Association, and the International Association of Reiki Professionals.