In 1998, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins published Natural Intelligence. It was received with great excitement in the somatic and therapeutic professional communities and also attracted lay audiences with its simple experiential language.
in 2007, Body-Mind Psychotherapy and its subsidiary Now Press assumed the rights to Natural Intelligence and now offers it directly from this website.
In 2004, W.W. Norton & Co. published Body-Mind Psychotherapy: Principles, Techniques, and Practical Applications. It was hailed as a "body-psychotherapy classic, equivalent to Reich's Character Structure or Lowen's Language of the Body," by Roz Carroll UK body psychotherapist and author.