Advancing Conjugate Gaze
Advanced Concepts in Reflex Mind-Body Therapy
Advancing Conjugate Gaze advances Dr. Perri's Conjugate Gaze approach of manipulative reflex therapy to an integrated mind-body approach to reflex-based physical and somato-emotional therapeutics. Covering such diverse topics as the "tadpole child" of the autistic spectrum disorders to the underlying relationship of the cranial fascial planes to the chakras of the human body, Dr. Perri charts a specific and highly referenced approach to integrating dysfunctional mind-body interactions. Advancing Conjugate Gaze will take interested practitioners of any physical medicine discipline as well as psychology to a full understanding of the conjugate gaze mechanism. Its application in conjunction with peripheral reflex contacts, verbal cues, spatial field of interaction, visceral fascial releases, cranial vault hold and release positions, and dural meningeal pelvic flexion will fully enhance a therapeutic reflex response and correction of dysfunctional body dynamics.
About the Author
Dr. Vincent L. Perri is a Doctor of Chiropractic, a Doctor of Philosophy, and has a certification in clinical psychotherapy. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in 1981, where he graduated magna cum laude, and subsequently pursued studies at the C.G. Jung Foundation in New York City where he studied as part of a mentor-directed Ph.D. program. Dr. Perri completed studies in the underlying basis of neural networks in relation to unconscious processes at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Cape Cod Institute, and was certified in clinical psychotherapy by the Institute of Psychotherapy and Behavioral Medicine. He has recently been granted full Diplomate status in Behavioral Medicine by the International Academy of Behavioral Medicine, Counseling and Psychotherapy.