Additional Somatic Experiencing® Articles, Research, and Resources
Somatic Experiencing® Research Coalition The Somatic Experiencing Research Coalition (SERC) is an international group of volunteers providing research and publishing support on Somatic Experiencing. It is dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of Somatic Experiencing and grounding that understanding in both phenomenological inquiry and evidence based research. They encourage new qualitative and quantitative research on Somatic Experiencing by offering peer review and guidance throughout the publication process and maintaining a library of published studies on Somatic Experiencing and related therapies. They also offer information regarding financial support.
Toddler Trauma: Somatic Experiencing®, Attachment and the Neurophysiology of Dyadic Completion Joseph P Riordan SEP, MAPS, Abi Blakeslee SEP, CMT, MFT, Ph.D., Peter A. Levine, Ph.D
A randomized controlled trial of brief SE for chronic low back pain and comorbid post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms Tonny Elmose Andersen, Yael Lahav, Hanne Ellegaard & Claus Manniche
Listening to the Body Summary Article Amelia Hollander Kaplan and Laurie Schwartz
Engaging Touch & Movement in Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Resolution Approach Sônia Maria Gomes Silva, PhD, SEP; doctoral thesis; 2014.
SE™ Beginning Level Training Effect On Professional And Personal Life Of Students Cornélia Pongrácz Rossi, PhD, SEP; doctoral thesis; July, 2014
Somatic Experiencing Treatment with Social Service Workers Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita M. Laurie Leitch, Jan Vanslyke, and Marisa Allen; NASW Journal, 2009.
Heart Rate in Trauma: Patterns Found in Somatic Experiencing and Trauma Resolution Bob Whitehouse and Diane Poole Heller; Biofeedback, Volume 36, Issue 1, pp. 24-29, 2008.
Somatic Therapy Treatment Effects with Tsunami Survivors Catherine Parker, Ronald M. Doctor, and Raja Selvam; Traumatology, 2008.
Somatic Experiencing Treatment With Tsunami Survivors in Thailand: Broadening the Scope of Early Intervention M. Laurie Leitch; Traumatology, 2007.
Accumulated Stress, Reserve Capacity and Disease, University Microfilm 77-15760, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Peter A. Levine; doctoral thesis, 1976.