Susie Orbach, psychotherapist and author of Bodies
An interesting insight to the work of these healers and the compassion and thought they bring to their clients.
Robin Shohet, Psychotherapist and Author
A fascinating account of ten sessions of Craniosacral Therapy. Written in the form of first person accounts from the perspectives of client, therapist and the authors, it takes the reader on a journey through their inner worlds, and clearly demonstrates the power and subtlety of a form of therapy which connects body and mind so well.
Chris McVie, Fleetwood Mac
I went (to Liz) for Craniosacral Therapy after suffering from a bad fall that had aggravated lumbar arthritis and after the failure of painful conventional treatments which hadn't provided any long-term relief. At first I was a little sceptical about the treatment but I found it to be relaxing, restoring and healing, and it has improved the quality of my life considerably. Reading this book reminded me of my own very positive experience of this work. No question, should the need arise, I shall return for more treatment.
Franklyn Sills, Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Karuna Institute, author, Foundations in Craniosacral Biodynamics
Liz and Daška have presented a powerful journey through the personal and interpersonal processes that emerge as craniosacral sessions unfold and deepen. They stress that they are writing from a feminine perspective and that is so essential to hear and receive. Craniosacral work is essentially feminine in nature, based on states of presence, relationship and a deepening into a depth of listening and stillness. It is from this depth of presence, relationship and stillness, as the founder of the work, William Garner Sutherland, stressed, a deeper intelligence emerges and session work unfolds uniquely in each moment of time. I really appreciated the personal journeys described in this volume and hope it supports all readers in their own journey in life within the whole spectrum of joy, sorrow and healing processes.
Zvi LaronPediatric Endocrinology Reviews, Vol. 15, No. 1, September 2017
A description of the evolving relationships between craniosacral psychotherapists and their clients. The lesson is beyond the title being true for any health caretaker and his patients young or old. An easy and pleasant read.