Publications

Kennedy, M., McKenzie, N. Working with body and mind - trauma informed somatic psychotherapy. In Humanising Mental Health Care in Australia edited by Richard Benjamin, Joan Haliburn and Serena King 2019

McKenzieN (2015) Visual contact, facing, presence and expression: The ocular segment in body psychotherapy. In: Marlock, G. Weiss, H. Young, C. et al. (eds) The Handbook of Body Psychotherapy and Somatic Psychology. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books, pp.658–665.


McKenzie, N., Our Eyes. Windows of the soul, integrators of life. Radix Reader. Radix Institute 1998

McKenzie, N., Feeling and Delusion. Radix Reader. Radix Institute 1998

Fraser, A., McKenzie, N., Showell, J., Yes I do have legs. A body centered perspective of dissociation and psychotherapy. Radix Journal Vol 10 Jan 1998.

McKenzie, N., Showell, J., Living Fully. An introduction to body centered personal growth work. Self published. South Australia. 1998

McKenzie, N. Radix Body Psychotherapy with a Schizophrenic/Borderline Process: A case in progress The Journal of the Radix Institute, USA Vol 12 February 2000

McKenzie, N. Why the body in psychotherapy? Psychotherapy in Australia Vol 8 No 2 February 2002

McKenzie, N. Exploring Relationships from a Radix Perspective. Conference Proceedings. The third National Conference of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy. 2002

McKenzie, N. May, J. The Ocular Segment in Body Psychotherapy. in E. Marlock, Weiss, H., (eds)Handbuch der Korperpsychotherapie. Frankfurt, Germany. Hogrefe Verlag. 2005

McKenzie, N. Starve, Binge or Feel. Conference Proceedings. The Fourth National Conference of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy. 2005.

McKenzie, N. Resistance a thrust towards Autonomy. Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Journal. No 14 December 2005

McKenzie, N. Only fools think that only thinking helps. Conference Proceedings. National Conference of the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy. 2012.