AIKIDO AND PSYCHOLOGY
Aikido can help the therapist in relation to violent or potentially violent patients. Aikido black belt, has given several examples of this practical use of Aikido with patients. According to Pashenz, one possible use of Aikido training combined with therapy is to begin to develop a relationship with those who ordinarily refuse to become involved with any adult authority figure; for example, acting out adolescents. Another such group is bright underachievers who have built up blocks against verbal situations. Also, Aikido can be useful along with psychotherapy, in either a supportive role or as a supplemental, nonverbal form of therapy in itsown right.
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