On the other hand, BPSB is a relatively new therapy, formulated by Dr.
Bioregulatory Psychosomatic Bodywork (BPSB) integrates a variety of massage and bodywork techniques into one unified manual methodology.
It is this nonverbal communication, the true language of the body, that BPSB takes into therapeutic consideration.
As with any form of therapeutic bodywork, BPSB is an art of listening and facilitating.
On the organ level, BPSB approaches organ-specific connective structures: tendons, ligaments, muscular sheath, and visceral protective layers such as pericardium or pleura.
The new tendency is toward gentler methods of skeletal realignment; hence BPSB is using methods of craniosacral therapy, which takes far more account of the soft tissue component.
This part of BPSB is referred to as the Somato Emotional Release (SER).
BPSB than facilitates a somatopsychic leap, by means of applying a variety of SER techniques.
Apart from a manual therapeutic approach such as BPSB, other therapies, even those considered exclusively psychological or energetic methodologies, such as hypnosis or acupuncture, may be equally effective in inducing a full somatoemotional release.