The psychophonetics approach to psychotherapy works with the whole human being in body, soul and spirit. Based on Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophy and psychosophy, it uses a unique non-verbal gesture-and-sound approach to counselling. This is the first book to describe and discuss psychophonetics in detail. The first part introduces the background, and outlines the theory and methods along with the structure of a typical therapy session. The second part is contributions from several psychophonetic therapists and includes stories, research and insights from their practice. The authors cover topics such as illness and pain, sexual abuse, grief and loss, self-parenting, menopause, cancer and more. This is an essential introduction to this emerging field of spiritually-oriented counselling and therapy.