In this conversation (March 2015), Rae Johnson talks about the embodied experience of oppression, what she does to understand it and express her understanding of it in ways that can transform this experience.
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Rae Johnson, PhD, RSW, RSMT is the Associate Chair of the Somatic Studies specialization in the Depth Psychology program at Pacifica Graduate Institute, and the director of the Institute for Embodiment Studies, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to advancing interdisciplinary scholarship on the lived experience of the body. Dr. Johnson presents internationally on the embodied experience of oppression and somatic research methods, and has held leadership roles in somatic psychology at the Santa Barbara Graduate Institute, Naropa University, Meridian University and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.
Published March 2015