Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Interventions for Trauma and Attachment Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology

Written for therapists and clients to explore together in therapy, this book is a practical guide to the language of the body.

Author: Pat Ogden

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393708500

Category: Psychology

Page: 832

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A book for clinicians and clients to use together that explains key concepts of body psychotherapy. The body’s intelligence is largely an untapped resource in psychotherapy, yet the story told by the “somatic narrative”-- gesture, posture, prosody, facial expressions, eye gaze, and movement -- is arguably more significant than the story told by the words. The language of the body communicates implicit meanings and reveals the legacy of trauma and of early or forgotten dynamics with attachment figures. To omit the body as a target of therapeutic action is an unfortunate oversight that deprives clients of a vital avenue of self-knowledge and change. Written for therapists and clients to explore together in therapy, this book is a practical guide to the language of the body. It begins with a section that orients therapists and clients to the volume and how to use it, followed by an overview of the role of the brain and the use of mindfulness. The last three sections are organized according to a phase approach to therapy, focusing first on developing personal resources, particularly somatic ones; second on utilizing a bottom-up, somatic approach to memory; and third on exploring the impact of attachment on procedural learning, emotional biases, and cognitive distortions. Each chapter is accompanied by a guide to help therapists apply the chapter’s teachings in clinical practice and by worksheets to help clients integrate the material on a personal level. The concepts, interventions, and worksheets introduced in this book are designed as an adjunct to, and in support of, other methods of treatment rather than as a stand-alone treatment or manualized approach. By drawing on the therapeutic relationship and adjusting interventions to the particular needs of each client, thoughtful attention to what is being spoken beneath the words through the body can heighten the intimacy of the therapist/client journey and help change take place more easily in the hidden recesses of the self.

The Body as Resource

This practical manual will help therapists integrate sensorimotor psychotherapy—a technique that promotes safe and gradual reconnection with the body—into their work with individuals, groups, families, and couples suffering from complex ...

Author: Pat Ogden

Publisher: W. W. Norton

ISBN: 9780393706130

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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Instructions for using sensorimotor psychotherapy in your own practice. This practical manual will help therapists integrate sensorimotor psychotherapy—a technique that promotes safe and gradual reconnection with the body—into their work with individuals, groups, families, and couples suffering from complex trauma.

Trauma and the Body A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology

Part II of Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy
describes the treatment philosophy and techniques of sensorimotor
psychotherapy. Because clients with complex trauma can be triggered by
interventions that ...

Author: Kekuni Minton

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393075850

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 576

The body, for a host of reasons, has been left out of the "talking cure." Psychotherapists who have been trained in models of psychodynamic, psychoanalytic, or cognitive therapeutic approaches are skilled at listening to the language and affect of the client. They track the clients' associations, fantasies, and signs of psychic conflict, distress, and defenses. Yet while the majority of therapists are trained to notice the appearance and even the movements of the client's body, thoughtful engagement with the client's embodied experience has remained peripheral to traditional therapeutic interventions. Trauma and the Body is a detailed review of research in neuroscience, trauma, dissociation, and attachment theory that points to the need for an integrative mind-body approach to trauma. The premise of this book is that, by adding body-oriented interventions to their repertoire, traditionally trained therapists can increase the depth and efficacy of their clinical work. Sensorimotor psychotherapy is an approach that builds on traditional psychotherapeutic understanding but includes the body as central in the therapeutic field of awareness, using observational skills, theories, and interventions not usually practiced in psychodynamic psychotherapy. By synthesizing bottom-up and top down interventions, the authors combine the best of both worlds to help chronically traumatized clients find resolution and meaning in their lives and develop a new, somatically integrated sense of self. Topics addressed include: Cognitive, emotional, and sensorimotor dimensions of information processing • modulating arousal • dyadic regulation and the body • the orienting response • defensive subsystems • adaptation and action systems • treatment principles • skills for working with the body in present time • developing somatic resources for stabilization • processing

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.

Author: Oscar Sundara

Publisher:

ISBN: 9786138981411

Category: Psychology

Page: 112

View: 905

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is a form of psychotherapy that by using modifications directly at the most basic sensorimotor level (rather than modifications at the conscious goal-oriented behavioral level) as a primary entry point in processing trauma, aims to resolve the limitations of behavior, thinking and feeling caused by trauma. It was developed by Pat Ogden, Ph.D. and Kekuni Minton, PhD. Graduate credit for doctoral degree in Somatic Psychology or Clinical Psychology can be obtained at Santa Barbara Graduate Institute as part of their Professional Specialty Program by attending Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Trainings.

The Pocket Guide to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in Context Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology

Whether you are new to the approach or in need of a handy reference, this book will help. Topics include: trauma and early attachment injuries, dissociation, dysregulation, and mindfulness. Case studies round out the book.

Author: Pat Ogden

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393714039

Category: Psychology

Page: 368

View: 850

A concise guide to this groundbreaking somatic-cognitive approach to PTSD and attachment disturbances treatment. Following an already- established and successful “pocket guide” format, Pat Ogden discusses sensorimotor psychotherapy. Whether you are new to the approach or in need of a handy reference, this book will help. Topics include: trauma and early attachment injuries, dissociation, dysregulation, and mindfulness. Case studies round out the book.

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy

Sensorimotor psychotherapy may be used as the principal method of treatment or
in combination with other theoretical approaches. Because trauma deeply affects
the body, sensorimotor psychotherapy offers access to unconscious or implicit ...

Author: Edward S. Neukrug

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 1483346498

Category: Social Science

Page: 1280

View: 302

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy is a two-volume source that traces theory and examines the beginnings of counseling and psychotherapy all the way to current trends and movements. This reference work draws together a team of international scholars that examine the global landscape of all the key counseling and psychotherapy theories and the theorists behind them while presenting them in context needed to understand their strengths and weaknesses. This is a quick, one-stop source that gives the reader the “who, what, where, how, and why” of contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory. From historical context in which the theories were developed to the theoretical underpinnings which drive the theories, this reference encyclopedia has detailed and relevant information for all individuals interested in this subject matter. Features & Benefits: Approximately 335 signed entries fill two volumes available in a choice of print or electronic formats. Back matter includes a Chronology of theory within the field of counseling to help students put individual theories within a broader context. A Master Bibliography and a Resource Guide to key books, journals, and organizations guide students to further resources beyond the encyclopedia. The Reader’s Guide, a detailed Index and the Cross References combine for effective search-and-browse in the e-version and helps students take the next steps in their research journeys. This reference encyclopedia serves as an excellent source for any individual interested in the roots of contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory. It is ideal for the public and professionals, as well as for students in counselor education programs especially those individuals who are pursuing a Masters level degree.

EMDR Therapy and Adjunct Approaches with Children

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is founded on the premise that ”the brain functions
as an integrated whole but is comprised of systems that are hierarchically
organized. The 'higher level' [cognitive] integrative functions evolve from and are
 ...

Author: Ana M. Gomez

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826106978

Category: Psychology

Page: 344

View: 110

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Trauma and the Body Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Author: Pat Ogden

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Pocket Guide to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

A concise guide to this groundbreaking somatic-cognitive approach to PTSD and attachment disturbances treatment.

Author: Pat Ogden

Publisher: W. W. Norton

ISBN: 9780393714029

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

View: 627

A concise guide to this groundbreaking somatic-cognitive approach to PTSD and attachment disturbances treatment.

Neurobiology and Treatment of Traumatic Dissociation

... EMDR Institute facilitator and EMDRIA-approved consultant), sensorimotor
psychotherapy, as well as neurofeedback. ... trauma and attachment-related
problems, working from a client-centered perspective, integrating EMDR, body
therapy, ...

Author: Ulrich F. Lanius, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826106323

Category: Psychology

Page: 536

View: 100

Encompassing the contributions of expert clinicians and researchers in the area of traumatic stress and dissociation, this volume is the first to integrate current neuroscience research regarding traumatic dissociation with several cutting-edge approaches to treatment, providing a comprehensive, neurobiologically based treatment approach. The text discusses current neuroscientific research regarding traumatic stress and dissociation that includes attachment, affective neuroscience, polyvagal theory, structural dissociation, and information processing theory, yielding a comprehensive model that guides treatment and clinical interventions for traumatic dissociation. It then integrates this model with stage-oriented treatment and current therapeutic interventions, including EMDR, somatic and body psychotherapy approaches, Ego State Therapy, and adjunctive pharmacological interventions. Readers are given hands-on practical guidance regarding clinical decision making, enabling them to make sound choices about interventions that will facilitate optimal treatment outcomes. Key Features: Provides a broad-based treatment approach to traumatic stress syndromes and dissociation Offers accessible current research in the basic neurosciences relevant to our understanding of attachment, traumatic stress, and dissociation Includes practical suggestions for integrating EMDR, somatic, and body psychotherapy approaches with Ego State Therapy and adjunctive pharmacological interventions Integrates concepts from the affective and cognitive neurosciences and the study of consciousness Presents a comprehensive neurobiological model that accounts for the therapeutic effects of both somatic therapies and EMDR, as well as adjunctive pharmacological interventions

Advances in Neurologic Therapy An Issue of Neurologic Clinics E Book

The involvement of a highly trained psychotherapist is the key to successful
treatment. CBT, sensorimotor psychotherapy (a method that integrates
sensorimotor processing with cognitive and emotional processing in the
treatment of trauma),94 ...

Author: José Biller

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 1455700444

Category: Medical

Page: 297

View: 445

This issue of Neurologic Clinics offers a rounded view of the latest therapeutic advances for the most common neurologic disorders and contains the following articles: Management Controversy in Chronic Daily Headaches (Rahmadan); Neurostimulation in Headache Patients (Dafer); The Selection of Anti-epileptic Drugs for the Treatment of Epilepsy in Children and Adults (Asconape); Management of Status Epilepticus in Adults (Rabinstein); Management of Blood Pressure in Acute and Hemorrhagic Stroke (Schneck); Modern Management of Brainstem Cavernous Malformations (Duckworth); Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Dural Arteriovenous Fistulas (Narayanan); Management of Motor Complications of Parkinson’s Disease (Espay); Therapeutic Challenges in Dystonias (Kartha); Management of Voltage Gated Potassium Channel Antibody Disorders (Merchut); Management of Critical Care Neuromyopathies (Chawla, Gruener); Approaches to Peripheral Nerve Disorders (Toussaint, Anderson); Management of Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (Digre, Spencer); Management of Low Grade Gliomas (Prabhu); Management of Acute, Recurrent, and Chronic Meningitdes in Adults (Venna); and Treatment Options for Adult Parasomnias (Attarian).

Sensorimotor Focused EMDR

This is because EMDR is primarily a top-down approach based on CBT, with the addition of bilateral stimulation (BLS) in visual, tactile and auditory modalities.

Author: Arthur G. O'Malley

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0429793936

Category: Psychology

Page: 340

View: 877

Sensorimotor-Focused EMDR combines two hugely influential and effective therapies, EMDR therapy and sensorimotor psychotherapy, to provide a new approach. In doing so, the book supports the widely held view of psychotherapists that in trauma the primary store of neurological information is somatic rather than cognitive. Many therapists trained in EMDR find that additional resources are needed for patients who present with symptoms of complex trauma and dissociation. This is because EMDR is primarily a top-down approach based on CBT, with the addition of bilateral stimulation (BLS) in visual, tactile and auditory modalities. By contrast, Sensorimotor-Focused EMDR takes a body-based and bottom-up approach that seeks to resolve trauma by reprocessing information at multiple levels – in the gut-brain, the heart-brain and the head-brain, as well as in the endocrine, immune and nervous systems. Fully revised since The Art of BART (2015), the book looks at the latest advances in neuroscience, including research into the effectiveness of psychotherapy and the mysteries of consciousness and the development of mind. It also looks at the role of newly discovered organs, the mesentery and the interstitium, and provides clear anatomical evidence for the communication of biophotons in energy channels known as the primo vascular system. SF-EMDR is the only therapy that fully integrates Western theories of affective neuroscience with Eastern observations on activation of chakras, pranas and energies, and in doing so it offers strong potential for enhanced outcomes and optimized performance for patients.

The Trauma Therapies

... Excellence (NICE) guidelines pharmacotherapy 241, 245–6 psychotherapy 64
–5, 83–4, 141, 184 natural disasters 7, ... complex 6 Ogden's sensorimotor
psychotherapy see sensorimotor psychotherapy olanzapine 243 outcome
research ...

Author: John Marzillier

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 0191662321

Category: Psychology

Page: 320

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It is well recognized that those who go through a major trauma can go on to experience psychological problems. Many seek psychological help and there is a now a range of psychotherapies specifically for those who have been through trauma. In this authoritative book John Marzillier describes and reviews the various forms of trauma therapy, examining what the therapies consist of, their research basis, their similarities and differences, and what they tell us about trauma and its effects. Designed specifically for therapists, and engagingly written, the book ranges from established therapies such as prolonged exposure, EMDR and imaginal reliving to newer developments such as mindfulness meditation, compassionate-focused therapy and energy psychology techniques. Aware that therapy is more than a collection of techniques, Marzillier discusses the nature of psychological trauma, the therapeutic relationship and what psychotherapy can offer. The domination of a quasi-medical model, notably in terms of PTSD, and of evidence-based psychotherapy has led to a misleadingly simplistic notion that effective trauma therapies are those based on exposure. This book does much to dispel this notion. For all psychotherapists and counsellors, this is a valuable book describing the many and varied trauma therapies. It shows how therapists of all persuasions can benefit from further understanding of how best to help those who have been through a major trauma.

The Body Keeps the Score

—Pat Ogden PhD, founder/educational director of the Sensorimotor
Psychotherapy Institute; author of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for
Trauma and Attachment "This is a masterpiece of powerful understanding and ...

Author: Bessel van der Kolk, M.D.

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101608307

Category: Psychology

Page: 464

View: 834

#1 New York Times bestseller “Essential reading for anyone interested in understanding and treating traumatic stress and the scope of its impact on society.” —Alexander McFarlane, Director of the Centre for Traumatic Stress Studies A pioneering researcher transforms our understanding of trauma and offers a bold new paradigm for healing in this New York Times bestseller Trauma is a fact of life. Veterans and their families deal with the painful aftermath of combat; one in five Americans has been molested; one in four grew up with alcoholics; one in three couples have engaged in physical violence. Dr. Bessel van der Kolk, one of the world’s foremost experts on trauma, has spent over three decades working with survivors. In The Body Keeps the Score, he uses recent scientific advances to show how trauma literally reshapes both body and brain, compromising sufferers’ capacities for pleasure, engagement, self-control, and trust. He explores innovative treatments—from neurofeedback and meditation to sports, drama, and yoga—that offer new paths to recovery by activating the brain’s natural neuroplasticity. Based on Dr. van der Kolk’s own research and that of other leading specialists, The Body Keeps the Score exposes the tremendous power of our relationships both to hurt and to heal—and offers new hope for reclaiming lives.

The Haunted Self Structural Dissociation and the Treatment of Chronic Traumatization

Sensorimotor psychotherapy: One method for processing trauma. Traumatology,
6; see also http://www.trauma-pages.com. Ogden, P., Minton, K., & Pain, C. (2006
). Trauma and the body: A sensorimotor approach to psychotherapy ...

Author: Onno van der Hart

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393711196

Category: Psychology

Page: 440

View: 345

Life is an ongoing struggle for patients who have been chronically traumatized. They typically have a wide array of symptoms, often classified under different combinations of comorbidity, which can make assessment and treatment complicated and confusing for the therapist. Many patients have substantial problems with daily living and relationships, including serious intrapsychic conflicts and maladaptive coping strategies. Their suffering essentially relates to a terrifying and painful past that haunts them. Even when survivors attempt to hide their distress beneath a facade of normality—a common strategy—therapists often feel besieged by their many symptoms and serious pain. Small wonder that many survivors of chronic traumatization have seen several therapists with little if any gains, and that quite a few have been labeled as untreatable or resistant. In this book, three leading researchers and clinicians share what they have learned from treating and studying chronically traumatized individuals across more than 65 years of collective experience. Based on the theory of structural dissociation of the personality in combination with a Janetian psychology of action, the authors have developed a model of phase-oriented treatment that focuses on the identification and treatment of structural dissociation and related maladaptive mental and behavioral actions. The foundation of this approach is to support patients in learning more effective mental and behavioral actions that will enable them to become more adaptive in life and to resolve their structural dissociation. This principle implies an overall therapeutic goal of raising the integrative capacity, in order to cope with the demands of daily life and deal with the haunting remnants of the past, with the “unfinished business” of traumatic memories. Of interest to clinicians, students of clinical psychology and psychiatry, as well as to researchers, all those interested in adult survivors of chronic child abuse and neglect will find helpful insights and tools that may make the treatment more effective and efficient, and more tolerable for the suffering patient.

Trauma Essentials The Go To Guide Go To Guides for Mental Health

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Developed by Pat Ogden, who was a student and
colleague of both Peter Levine and Ron Kurtz (Hakomi therapy), sensory motor
processing has many features similar to somatic experiencing (above) with
greater ...

Author: Babette Rothschild

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393706850

Category: Psychology

Page: 160

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Basic information about one of the most common problems in therapy, from a best-selling mental health writer. Since 1980, when PTSD first appeared as a diagnostic category, the number of people seeking trauma therapy has grown exponentially. Victims of traumatic events seek treatment for their often debilitating symptoms. Here, a leading trauma specialist and best-selling psychotherapy author presents for consumers the wide range of trauma treatments available and gives readers tools to choose a treatment plan or assess whether their treatment plan is working. Medications and associated conditions such as anxiety and panic disorders are also discussed. This book presents the most necessary and relevant information in a compact and accessible format, serving both as a review for therapists and a straightforward, easy-to-use guide for patients. Topics covered include definitions and symptoms, accepted treatments, physiological explanations, and treatment evaluation strategies, all written in Babette Rothschild's characteristically accessible style.

Body Psychotherapy

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Created by Pat Ogden , Sensorimotor
Psychotherapy is presented as a synthesis of skilled bodywork therapy with the
Hakomi Method ( see below ) . It distinguishes between two sorts of problem : '
developmental ...

Author: Nick Totton

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 185

View: 272

"Body Psychotherapy: An Introduction is of interest to practitioners and students of all forms of psychotherapy and counseling, and anyone who wants to understand how mind and body together form a human being." --Book Jacket.

Transforming the Legacy

Couple Therapy with Survivors of Childhood Trauma Kathryn Karusaitis Basham,
Dennis Miehls. O'Donohue, W., & Elliot, ... Sensorimotor psychotherapy: One
method for processing traumatic memory. Traumatology. 6(3), I-20. Ogden, T.H. ...

Author: Kathryn Karusaitis Basham

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 0231509235

Category: Social Science

Page: 368

View: 607

To serve the increasing numbers of individuals who have survived interpersonal and domestic violence, or as refugees, have sought asylum from political violence, armed conflict, or torture, Transforming the Legacy presents an innovative relationship-based and culturally informed couple therapy practice model that is grounded in a synthesis of psychological and social theories. This unique couple therapy model encompasses three phases of clinical practice: Phase I entails a process of establishing safety, stabilization, and a context for changing legacies of emotional, sexual, and/or physical abuse. Phase II guides reflection on the trauma narrative. The goal of phase III is to consolidate new perspectives, attitudes, and behaviors. Within these phases, the model—illustrated with rich case studies—focuses on specific issues, including: intersubjectivity between the client and clinician (such as transference and countertransference, vicarious traumatization, and racial identity development); intrapersonal, interactional, and institutional factors; the role of the "victim-victimizer-bystander" dynamic in the couple and therapeutic relationships; preserving a locus of control with clients; flexibility in decisionmaking regarding clinical processes; and specific practice themes, such as the composition of a couple, the role of violence, parenting, sexuality, affairs, dual diagnoses, and dissociation. A dramatic departure from formulaic therapeutic approaches, this biopsychosocial model emphasizes the crafting of specific treatment plans and specific clinical interventions to show how couple therapy can transform the legacies of childhood traumatic events for a wide range of populations, including military couples and families, gay lesbian/bisexual/transgendered couples and families, and immigrant and refugee couples and families. This thorough attention to issues of cultural diversity distinguish Transforming the Legacy from the current literature and make it an invaluable resource for clinicians in a wide range of professional disciplines.

Harnessing the Power of Equine Assisted Counseling

Adding Animal Assisted Therapy to Your Practice Kay Sudekum Trotter ...
Assisted Growth and Learning Association, and her work is based in a
combination of object relations theory, attachment theory, and sensorimotor
psychotherapy.

Author: Kay Sudekum Trotter

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 113662399X

Category: Psychology

Page: 308

View: 258

This book will help licensed professional counselors incorporate Equine Assisted Counseling (EAC) into their practices, even those who have little prior experience working with horses. It provides a strong research foundation for understanding the efficacy of equine assisted interventions and the potentially powerful impact that a horse can have in creating a new counseling dynamic. Chapters address using horses to help clients dealing with various traumas and abuse, anxiety, depression, atypical behaviors, and social skills and communication issues. Additionally, a chapter by the internationally renowned "horse whisperer" Pat Parelli offers a look at EAC from the horse’s point of view and demonstrates developing a relationship with a therapy horse in a positive, safe, and respectful manner. Counselors will find this a valuable resource for understanding and utilizing EAC as a new resource in their own practices, as will students seeking to learn about this innovative approach.

Why Can t I Meditate

Within theworld of psychotherapy, mindfulness has cometo be one of the key
elements in the newer cuttingedge therapiesfor trauma. For example, EMDR,
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing (SE) andthe work ofBabette
 ...

Author: Nigel Wellings

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 034940576X

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 352

View: 235

There are now thousands of students completing Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and other mindfulness programmes around the world. However, on completion many will struggle to continue or will stop, with the intention of starting again in the future. Why Can't I Meditate? addresses this problem. It combines accounts by new meditators of their struggles, and successes, with insights from a wide variety of the most accomplished teachers, representing every school of mindfulness teaching. It identifies, investigates and offers many practical solutions to get our mindfulness unstuck and firmly establish a regular practice. This is a book for anyone who has sat on their meditation seat or cushion and wondered whether they should go on. Contributors include: Stephen Batchelor, Rebecca Crane, Christina Feldman, Geshe Tashi Tsering, Choji Lama Rabsang, Willem Kuyken, Tsoknyi Rinpoche, Franklin Sills, Philippa Vick and Martin Wells.