Marjorie Rand talks about Embodied Pause in the context of her body-oriented practice, especially Sensory Awareness. See also Marjorie Rand’ written comments (printable PDF).
Marjorie L. Rand, Ph.D. has been a psychotherapist and Master Trainer for 37 years. She specializes in Integrative Body Psychotherapy, Dance/Movement therapy, Supported Yoga Therapy and meditation. She is in Private practice in Los Angeles, CA. She has trained psychotherapists throughout Europe, Canada, Israel and the US. She is the co-author of 4 books- Body, Self and Soul with Jack Rosenberg (1985), Getting In Touch, edited by Christine Caldwell (1997), Helping The Helper with Babette Rothschild (2004) and Defining Moments For Therapists with several co-authors (2013), and many published articles. She is a founding member of USABP, and is presently a peer reviewer for the new IJBP. See her website.