Often we lose connection to vital parts of our self or repress early experiences, because the pain and confusion were just too much for us to bear at the time. Getting to know these parts again and slowly befriending them, can make us whole as a human being; with this a deeper and more fulfilling life is possible.
For me, this is central to the work:
- getting to know and using vital and lively resources for coping and change
- discovering and bringing to life our natural wishes, ideas and plans
- maturing with the challenges of life
Body Psychotherapy has a lively and very rich tradition and gives us a multitude of possibilities to work directly with breath, grounding, centering, stabilisation, posture and interaction. Through e.g. perception exercises, expression and movement work, massages, stagings and creative processes out of experience and body memory we can create a field for direct, perceptible, holistic and lively experiences in dealing with ourselves and others.
Read more about Body Psychotherapy.
Find out more about the upcoming Experiential Process Group.