Is Somatic Therapy evidence-based?

Somatic Therapy is an emerging field in psychology, and there is not a lot of research on it yet. However, the research that has been conducted shows that somatic therapy is effective for treating a variety of psychological disorders.

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Somatic therapy is an approach to therapy that considers the interconnectedness of the mind and body, and aims to address psychological issues by exploring physical sensations and experiences. Some of the benefits of somatic therapy may include increased self-awareness, improved emotional regulation, better stress management, enhanced communication and relationship skills, and a deeper understanding of oneself and one’s experiences. Somatic therapy can also be helpful for addressing physical symptoms related to stress or trauma, such as chronic pain or tension.

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