Gilchrist, R. (2006). Craniosacral therapy and the energetic body. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Kern, M. (2005). Wisdom in the body: The craniosacral approach to essential health. Murrieta, Calif. Berkeley, CA.: Pacific Distributing; North Atlantic Books
Becker, R. E. (1997). Life in motion. Portland, OR: Rudra Press
Becker, R. E. (2000). Stillness of life: The osteopathic philosophy of Rollin E. Becker, D.O. Portland, OR: Stillness Press
Chila, A. (2010) Foundations of Osteopathic Medicine, 3rd Edition
Shea, M. (2007). Biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Volume 1. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books
Shea, M. (2008). Biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Volume 2. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books
Shea, M. (2010). Biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Volume 3. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Shea, M. (2012). Biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Volume 4. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Shea, M. (2013). Biodynamic craniosacral therapy, Volume 5. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Sills, F. (2011). Foundations in craniosacral biodynamics: Volume 1: The breath of life and fundamental skills. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Sills, F. (2012). Foundations in craniosacral biodynamics: Volume 2: The sentient embryo, tissue intelligence, and trauma resolution. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Sumner, G. & Haines, S. (2010). Cranial intelligence. London: Singing Dragon, Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
Related BCT Books
Bohm, D. (2002). Wholeness and the implicate order. New York, NY: Routledge
Cornell, A.W. (1996). The power of focusing: A practical guide to emotional self-healing. New Harbinger Publications
Doige, Norman (2007). The brain that changes itself: Stories of personal triumph from the frontiers of brain science. London, UK: Penguin Books
Fehmi, L., & Robbins, J. (2008). Open focus brain: Harnessing the power of attention to heal mind and body. Trumpeter Publications.
Gendlin, E. (1982). Focusing. Bantam New Age Books.
Handoll, N.(2000). Anatomy of potency. Hereford, England; Osteopathic Supplies Ltd.
Jealous, J. The biodynamics of osteopathy. 54 audio CDs on various aspects of biodynamic osteopathy in the cranial field. (Available from http://jamesjealous.com/lecture-series-by-dr-jealous/ or from www.booksandbones.com)
Lee, R. P.(2005). Interface: Mechanisms of the spirit in osteopathy. Portland, OR: Stillness Press
Lever, R (2013). At the still point of the turning world: The art and philosophy of osteopathy. United Kingdom: Handspring Publishing Limited
Lipton, B. (2007). The biology of belief: Unleashing the power of consciousness, matter & miracles. Hay House Publishers.
Maté, G.: The following four videos (and others) are available on U-Tube
Part 1 of 3: Gabor Maté & TZM Vancouver- What Promotes Positive Health? – Pt 1. Gabor Maté
Part 2 of 3: Dr. Gabor Maté: When the Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection 2 of 2
Part 3 of 3: Democracy Now! 2010-02-15 Dr. Gabor Maté Part 3 Dr. Gabor Maté: Attachment and Brain Development
McTaggart, L. (2002). The field: The quest for the secret force of the universe. New York: Harper Collins Publishers.
Oschman, J. (2000). Energy medicine: The scientific basis. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.
Parker, L. A. (2004). Polyvagal theory: What is it & why should we care? Available from www.integrationforall.com
Pert, C. (1997). Molecules of emotion: The science behind mind-body medicine. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster
Porges, S. (2011) The polyvagal theory: Neurophysiological foundations of emotions, attachment, communication, and self-regulation. W.W. Norton & Company.
Seifriz, W. (1954) Protoplasm of a slime mold (DVD). Available from www.booksandbones.com
Sheldrake, R.(2009). Morphic resonance: The nature of formative causation. Park Street Press.
Siegel, D. (2010). Mindsight: The new science of personal transformation. Bantam.
Sills, F. (2008 ). Being and Becoming: Psychodynamics, Buddhism, and the Origins of Selfhood
Sills, F. (2001). The polarity process: Energy as a healing art. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Stone, R. (1999). Health Building: The conscious art of living well. Summertown, TN: Book Publishing Company
Supplementary Reading, Audio & Visual
Arbuckle, B. E. (1994). The selected writings of Beryl E. Arbuckle. Indianapolis, IN: American Academy of Osteopathy.
Barral, J. P., & Croibier, A. (1999). Trauma: An osteopathic approach. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
Chaitow, L. (2010). Palpation and assessment skills: Assessment through touch, 3rd Ed. London: Churchill Livingstone.
Chaitow, L. (2005). Cranial manipulation theory and practice, 2nd Ed. London: Churchill Livingstone.
Cohen, D. (1996). An introduction to craniosacral therapy: Anatomy, function and treatment. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Comeaux, Z. (2002). Robert Fulford, D.O. and the philosopher physician. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
Feely, R. A. (1988). Clinical cranial osteopathy: Selected readings. Indianapolis, ID: Cranial Academy.
Frymann, V. M. (1998). Collected papers of Viola M. Frymann, D.O.; Legacy of osteopathy to children. Indianapolis: American Academy of Osteopathy.
Fulford, R. (2003). Are we on the path? The collected works of Robert C. Fulford. Indianapolis, IN: The Cranial Academy.
Fulford, R., & Stone, G. (1996). Dr. Fulford’s touch of life: The healing power of the natural life force. New York: Pocket Books.
Korpiun, O. (2011). Cranio-sacral SELF waves: A scientific approach to craniosacral therapy. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Lewis, J. (2012). A.T. Still. From the dry bone to the living man. Blaenau Ffestiniog, UK: Dry Bone Press.
Liem, T. (2004). Cranial osteopathy: Principles and practice. New York, NY: Elsevier.
Liem, T. (2009). Cranial osteopathy, a practical textbook. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
Magoun, H. I., & Foundation, S. C. T. (1997). Osteopathy in the cranial field, 1st Ed. .Cincinnati, OH: C.J. Krehbiel Company.
Milne, H. (1995). The heart of listening: A visionary approach to craniosacral work. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.
Muntinga, E. 3D Cranio: Craniosacral movement in 3D (DVD). Edward Muntinga.
Pick, M. G. (1999). Cranial sutures: Analysis, morphology & manipulative strategies. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
Still, A. T. (1992). Osteopathy: Research & practice. Seattle, WA: Eastland Press.
Still, A. T. (1995). Philosophy of osteopathy. Indianapolis, IN: American Academy of Osteopathy.
Still, S. T. (1991). Early osteopathy in the words of A.T. Still. Kirksville, MO: Thomas Jefferson University Press.
Stone, C. (1999). Science in the art of osteopathy: Osteopathic principles and practice. Cheltenham, U.K.: Stanley Thornes.
Sutherland, W. G. (1939). The cranial bowl (First ed.). Mankato, MN: Free Press Co.
Sutherland, A. S. (1962). With thinking fingers. Indianapolis, IN: The Cranial Academy.
Sutherland, W. G. (1990). Teachings in the science of osteopathy. Portland: Rudra Press.
Sutherland, W. G. (1998). Contributions of thought: The collected writings of William Garner Sutherland, D.O. Portland: Rudra Press.
Swenson, C. Primary Respiration Animations (DVD). Charles Swenson. (Available from www.energyschool.com)
Upledger, J. E., & Vredevoogd, J. D. (1983). Craniosacral therapy. Chicago, IL: Eastland Press.
Upledger, J. E. (1987). Craniosacral therapy II: Beyond the dura. Seattle: Eastland Press.