Nancy Eichhorn talks about the magazine she founded 8 years ago, Somatic Psychotherapy Today.
Who is Nancy Eichhorn?
“I am a writer, editor, and teacher. Writing has always been my way to be me, to voice my experiences, my perspectives, my dreams, and my desires. Sitting with a blank white page, sensing the expanse before me draws forth creativity, feeds my need to play as possibilities spontaneously arise. One of my greatest joys comes by helping others discover their voice on the page and know they have something of value to say and the right to be heard. As the Founding Editor-in-Chief and publisher of Somatic Psychotherapy Today, I am blessed to write with our contributors and share in their self-discoveries as they express themselves, personally and professionally. Along with teaching writing and editing client work, my resume includes over 5,000 newspaper and magazine articles, and chapters in professional anthologies, including, When Hurt Remains: Relational Perspectives on Therapeutic Failure; About Relational Body Psychotherapy; and The Body in Relationship; Self-Other-Society. “See website.
Published January 2019.