primal therapy

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A form of psychotherapy, developed by the US psychologist Arthur Janov (born 1924) in 1970, in which clients or patients are encouraged to scream about their parents and their painful re-experiencing of birth and infancy. Also called primal scream therapy or scream therapy. See also birth trauma, body therapies, rebirthing.

Subjects: Psychology.

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