In this conversation, Alice Ladas describes a workshop focused on identifying coping strategies in a way that respects people’s humanity instead of pathologizing them.
While there is no transcript for this talk, there is a write-up by Alice Ladas on the same topic, as well as the 2 lists mentioned in the talk. See:
– Workshop on coping mechanisms,
– List of the questions,
– List of ways of dealing with anxiety.
Alice K. Ladas, Ed. D., is a pioneer for body psychotherapy, educated childbirth, breastfeeding, and sexuality education. The research she and her husband did (Women and Bioenergetic Analysis) led to meeting her co-authors on the NY Times best seller The G Spot and Other Discoveries About Human Sexuality. Alice was chair of the research committee of the US Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP) for many years. In 2008, the USABP honored Alice by naming its research award The Alice Kahn Ladas Research Award to honor her for her tireless efforts to further research in Somatic Psychotherapy. She is a licensed psychologist in New Mexico.
Published November 2018. See also conversation with Alice Ladas about “What Sustains Me”.