Our bodily states shape what we think and do, yet they tend to be the parts of us that we pay less attention to in everyday life. Working with the body, mind and emotions in psychotherapy deepens and enriches the process at a verbal as well as non-verbal level. As well as traditional talking in chairs, techniques can include movement, awareness practices and visual imagery. Regular Body Psychotherapy sessions can help you to feel and deal with strong emotions, to rest and relax with greater ease, to adapt well to life changes, to find new ways of being with others, to live life fully without being overwhelmed, and to move towards greater comfort, security and joy.
I am an advanced trainee Body Psychotherapist registered with UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) and a member of ABMT (Association of Biodynamic Massage Therapists). I am fascinated by the way in which mind, body and emotions are inter-connected and affect one and other. I work collaboratively and creatively with my clients. Bio-dynamic massage can be included as an aspect of Body Psychotherapy if the client is happy to work in this way.
|Memb. UKCP (trainee). Memb. ABMT|
|Ewell in Surrey, Upper Clapton in London
07576 993 848