I’m a relational body psychotherapist working online and, when circumstances permit, in-person in south east London. I help people connect more deeply with themselves, others, and the other. I try to bring a warmth, openness and gentle humour to this serious work. As well as being a member of the BPN I’m also a full member of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy.
I work as an Embodied-Relational psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, based just outside of Stroud in Gloucestershire.
I've been working as a psychotherapist with individual clients for nearly 20 years.
I run workshops and training courses for counselors, psychotherapist and allied practitioners.
I offer supervision- both individual and group.
I originally trained with Nick Totton in Embodied-Relational Therapy; in a self directed training. I subsequently trained in supervision with the The Centre for Supervision Training and Development (CSTD)
I am pleased to offer 60-minute Body Psychotherapy sessions currently online and on a weekly basis.
I work with people who would like support in Relieving emotional and mental distress Changing problematic behaviours, feelings and thoughts Working through past trauma Feeling more balanced, confident and able to make choices Please contact me for an initial no obligation conversation.
I am an experienced psychotherapist working in a holistic way. I support my clients to create sustainable changes in their life on mental, physical and emotional levels. I am also a lecturer of psychotherapy and related subjects, giving classes and workshops to university students and mental health professionals. I run two practices: in Pimlico, London, SW1, and in Sussex, RH17. I also offer online psychotherapy to clients from around the world, and “walk and talk” psychotherapy in picturesque rural Sussex. Please check my website for further details.
Anne L Ryan
My work as a body psychotherapist has developed from my vocal theatre and voice coaching work. It comes from my curiosity about the voice and its embodied relationaship with the mind. I work with childhood neglect, developmental trauma, low self-esteem using body, movement, breath, sound and affective touch to build confidence in the uniqueness of who you are.
I originally trained as a dance movement psychotherapist and then in sensorimotor psychotherapy, both of which I incorporate in to my general practice. More recently I work in a more embodied relational way - together we create, expand and explore the field we inhabit together. I have a specific interest in working with childhood neglect and abuse, developmental trauma, low self-esteem, body image and body symptoms.
Body Psychotherapy and Touch-free Cranio
Clapham Junction and online
I am a Body Psychotherapist with a background in Deep Bodywork and Postural Integration. I have been a bodyworker since 1986 and qualified in Deep Bodywork and Postural Integration in 2006, and Craniosacral Therapy in 2007. I am now working online and also offering Touch-free Cranio. Additionally I have a background in Theatre, Music and Voicework. I also offer creative consultancy and supervision.
Body-centred Mindfulness (BCM) BCM is an approach which gives the body a voice. By focusing on our felt experience, we can discover the body as a place of profound healing. Rather than figuring things out in our heads, we cultivate an embodied awareness which integrates body and mind. BCM can thus increase resilience, reduce stress and simply enhance our joy of living as we connect with ourselves, our life and relationships in a deeper way. Please contact me for further info. Thank you!
I am a fully accredited UKCP, EABP and EAP registered psychotherapist, with more than 40 years of professional experience. I am professionally insured by Towergate. I trained originally in Body Psychotherapy at the Gerda Boyesen Centre in Acton, London (1979-1983) and have trained much more widely since. I also work by Skype, telephone (Face-time), and by e-mail - though I obviously prefer meeting with the person first and getting a proper sense of who they are. I am a qualified supervisor, and give BP-oriented supervision. I also edit and publish articles & books on BP.
I am a relational body psychotherapist in private practice in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire. I trained in psychotherapeutic deep bodywork, postural integration (PI) and Integrative Mindbody Therapy (IMT). I also offer supervision and psychotherapy online.
I’ve been working as a therapist since 2011, originally training in Person-Centred Counselling. By the end of that first training I was practising as a therapist but felt I needed more, and started seeking out more body-centred ways of working. I became involved with Process-Oriented Psychology and worked a lot with Buddhist meditation, then trained in Embodied-Relational Therapy and Wild Therapy. More recently I’ve become a student of Hakomi, where I particularly value the principle of nonviolence and the idea of therapy as ‘assisted self-discovery’.
Dr David tune
Body Psychotherapist, Supervisor, Trainer, C.Psychol
I am a Body Psychotherapist and Supervisor based in the Nth East. I have worked as a Psychotherapist in London and N.Y. for around thirty years, and I have been supervising and running training courses for the last twenty years. During the Covit-19 Pandemic I am not currently taking on any more clients or supervisee's. I am at this time focusing on further developing and delivering my training courses.
I have been practicing as an embodied psychotherapist for over thirty years. Over the years, I have been exposed to many, often competing, psychological theories and most of the various models of psychotherapy. The body is a greater resource than any theory and felt experience can reliably guide and correct our ideas about our lives. The feeling that the body makes about our life situations can unfold step-by-step and with each step comes deeper understanding of what is really going on for us. This natural process is called Focusing and it can be added to any other model.
Hello, I am a Body-centred (somatic) Psychotherapist, Clinical & Somatic Psychologist and Somatic Movement Therapist. I am also a mindfulness instructor. I trained in the USA and have had 35 years experience in practising psychotherapy and meditation. I work with a wide variety of issues and conditions. I have a particular interest & specialise in chronic pain and health conditions.
I can help with: Trauma, Abuse, Depression, Anxiety, Chronic Pain and Illness, Self Esteem, Eating Issues, Dissociation, Relationship problems, Bereavement and more...
Relational body psychotherapy, supervision, facilitation
I count myself as fortunate to have worked as a therapist since 2003. I’ve always been fascinated by the connections between our thoughts, feelings, body sensations, faith, ‘nature’ and the rest of life. This fascination shapes my work as a relational body psychotherapist, Wild therapist, facilitator and supervisor, co-creating the work in the room – or sometimes the work outdoors. Another love is word weaving, and I’ve written/co-edited four books, the most recent ‘#MeToo: counsellors and psychotherapists speak about sexual violence and abuse’ published by PCCS Books.
Embodied Relational Therapist
I have over twenty five years experience as a Person centred counsellor and counsellor trainer/educator in the further and higher education sector.
I hold an MSc in Counselling (Supervision and Training) from the University of Bristol (1998) and an Advanced Diploma in Embodied Relational Therapy (2013) .
I offer 60-minute body psychotherapy sessions in Cambridge, aiming to build a safe, collaborative and confidential space. I want to be a mindful companion that supports my clients during their personal exploration. I am originally from Mexico and moved to the UK ten years ago. Before my training at the Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre, I trained as a Facilitator in Therapeutic Change with Instituto Expansion in Chile. I have also had a 20-year career as a physical theatre actress, and I’m interested in researching its principles in the process of self-discovery.
I’m a psychotherapeutic counsellor, writer and non-executive director. I specialise in working with clients with multiple marginalised, minoritised and oppressed identities and trauma. I work with clients with chronic pain, who are visibly and invisibly disabled, newly diagnosed and seeking diagnosis. My practice is LGBTIAQ+ friendly and affirming.
I did my training in counselling and Biosynthesis with Janet Hills (Chiron and Cambridge Centre)in the early 90's in Nottingham. I have also attended workshops with POP (Process Oriented Psychology), ERT, Confer and Somatics Experiencing (Peter Levine) as well as in Deep Ecology, Ecopsychology and Authentic Movement. After practising for 20 years privately and for organisations and retiring in 2013 when I moved to Cornwall, I started working again part time last year. I am working on line until it will be safe to go back to face to face.
I emphasise embodiment, integrating Gestalt and contemporary relational psychoanalytic approaches in my practice.
I have a particular interest in working with clients with relationship difficulties (including sex issues), clients affected by narcissism in their relationships, and clients with somatic problems including pain, chronic fatigue, ME, IBS and fibromyalgia.
In addition to my private practice, I'm a Course Tutor on the MA in Counselling & Psychotherapy at the Minster Centre (accredited by Middlesex Uni) and manage the Counselling Service at Newport Mind.
Phoenix Rising utilises principles from yoga together with techniques from Person Centred Therapy to explore emotional and psychological issues through negotiated hands-on work and dialogue. As the therapist I do not interpret, and as the client you are always in charge of the process. You don't need to be fit or flexible or to have any yoga experience. I have been in practice since 2003 and specialise in working with childhood trauma. I am autistic and love working with neurodifferent people. I am IAYT and ISMETA registered.
Pesso Boyden System Psychotherapist Supervisor and Trainer
I run personal development groups in South Wales, Bristol, Oxfordshire, Somerset and London using the body based method Pesso Boyden System of Psychotherapy. There is a facebook group about PBSP. There is also a group through Online Events about PBSP. Please feel free to join either or both if the mood takes you!
There is a short film showing extracts of a PBSP 'structure' on this page
I am an Embodied-Relational Therapist living and working in Norwich. I’m not from there, I’m a blow-in from the north west, but after a quarter of a century I think it’s home. I also offer sessions online, both therapy and supervision.
I'm an integrative body psychotherapist and supervisor working Kent and East Sussex. I offer a range of therapy services which reflect my knowledge and interest in the complex and fascinating relationship between body heart mind spirit soul. Central to my approach is the desire to establish a meaningful connection and relationship with whoever I work with, believing this to be at the core of any truly therapeutic process. I have over 20 years experience working in different counselling and psychotherapeutic contexts.
I am a body-oriented psychotherapist and soulful living activist in private practice in London (Hackney& Islington) and Toulouse (France).I also offer sessions outdoors and online. In english or french. I work with individuals, couples and run personal development groups. I came into this work 14 years ago through bereavement and fullheartedly stand by the regenerative poetry in embodiment. My background includes relational body psychotherapy, deep psychotherapeutic bodywork, systemic constelations, trauma work, couples therapy, postural integration, process work.
Welcome, I'm Mari and I'm a body oriented counsellor and movement therapist. My training connects the realms of bodymind and soul.
I work with adults suffering from trauma, conflict, loss and grief, which have often led to chronic health conditions along with emotional and mental pain. I aim to help you emerge out of survival mode and find the inner support, vitality and wisdom that is yours for living more fully.
I offer a free 20 minute phone chat to see if we would be a good match
Please have a look at my website and get in touch, I look forward to hearing from you.
I am a BACP registered integrative therapist. The way I work includes a strong focus on placing attention on bodily experience. I believe the body is a remarkable access-point into deepening self-inquiry and self-knowledge. I also use the relationship we build together as a doorway into understanding other relationships in your life. My hope is that through working with me you will get to know yourself better and, in doing so, come into greater contact with your vitality, creativity and empowerment.
Body Psychotherapist, Pre and Perinatal Therapist and Facilitator
My work integrates relational body psychotherapy, and embodied mindfulness, with classical Reichian interventions. I originally trained in Orgone Therapy in Germany, before further training In Core Process Psychotherapy. A major focus of my work is working with prenatal and birth related themes. In 2010 I founded Conscious Embodiment Trainings, facilitating workshops for adults to connect with these early experiences and teaching Integrative Baby Therapy. I teach and facilitate workshops in the UK and many other countries. I also work as a Craniosacral Therapist.
I've been a body psychotherapist since 1981, and a trainer and supervisor for many years; I developed and facilitated trainings in Embodied-Relational Therapy and Wild Therapy before passing them on to other trainers, and have published books on both, as well as a number of other books on aspects of psychotherapy. My practice is now mainly supervision, with very small number of clients; I'm usually full, but there's no harm in asking! I've been living in Cornwall with my partner for the last seven years and developing our garden..
I am an experienced body-oriented psychotherapist, qualified at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in 1991. My work integrates body psychotherapy with Gestalt and psychoanalytic understanding. It is also informed by skills such as Vipassana mindfulness meditation, yoga and tai chi which I have been practising throughout my adult life. And I am a qualified Laughter Yoga instructor, a musician and a musicologist. I help people to know what they feel, express their feelings and act on the basis of their true feelings.
As a BACP and UKCP accredited, transpersonal integrative psychotherapist, I aim to meet and see you, as and where you are, in a relationship based on equality, unconditional positive regard, compassion and empowerment. Bringing my experience of yoga and embodied awareness practices, I invite inquiry into body/movement-based experiences, as a tool for further development of presence, emotional regulation, trauma resolution, interpersonal skills, embodiment, empathy, greater clarity in mind perception, and exploring the unconscious.
Paul is a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist (ISMETA). He trained in the US and UK and has 20 years experience of working therapeutically with the body and movement. He divides his time between working as a Somatic Movement Therapist, teaching & organising the UK Diploma Programme of Integrative Bodywork & Movement Therapy (www.ibmt.co.uk). He works with all ages and within an adoption consultancy with children and their families. He teaches in a number of Higher Education institutions and has a Diploma in Creative Approaches to Supervision.
I am a creative Reichian body psychotherapist, passionate about empowering people to explore their potential and rediscover joy in being alive. My background is in psychotherapeutic Deep Bodywork, Postural Integration, trauma therapy and Pulsing transformational bodywork. I also use mindful self-compassion to encourage a more kind approach to self-exploration. I run trainings in Pulsing for both personal and professional development. I was a contributing author for the SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy. I also offer supervision.
Body / Arts Therapist
Cardigan / Carmarthen
I provide a confidential, playful space where aspects of yourself can gently unfold, enabling you to both recognise the familiar and be gently enlightened by the unknown. My arts therapy, trauma and embodied relational training encourage a creative exploration of aspects of yourself, your relationships with others and the world around us.
Coming from a mixed-heritage, I have a lived understanding of how racism, sexism and homophobia impacts on identity and ones sense of belonging.
Integrative Body Psychotherapy
North London, Muswell Hill, Wood Green, Crouch End N22
I am a UKCP registered Integrative Body Psychotherapist and Supervisor and have been working for over 23 years.
Along with focusing on the body and your history, plus what is happening in the room, I draw on Gestalt, imagery, cognitive behavioural work and psychoanalytic psychotherapy
I believe the body has its own wisdom and with some respectful help, it will know when it feels safe and when it needs to protect, and what it needs and wants. I will help you to listen to your body so that you can learn its language and hear what it is saying to you.
I locate my work at the confluence of relational body psychotherapy, dance/movement and somatic practices, and ecopsychology. I offer one-to-one therapy, working indoors, outdoors and online. This is an opportunity for you to make space for yourself within a respectful, compassionate and confidential relationship, so that together we can explore whatever is emerging. I also offer Focusing sessions, groups and teach movement classes and workshops for everybody. You are welcome to contact me to find out more.
I work as an Embodied-Relational Therapist, Wild Therapist, supervisor and trainer. I am a member of the ERT Training Team. I'm currently working at capacity, and unable to take on more client or supervision work.
I grew up in Southern Africa and am a member of the Black African and Asian therapy network. My particular interest at the moment is in supporting everyone in their creativity/play. I also offer work around what I call 'white people talking'. Please see my site for further details. I trained at the Karuna Institute in Devon and have a (critical) interest in Christianity and Buddhism. I enjoy moving, singing/sounding, and doing creativity/play. I am a member of UKCP.
I am a body psychotherapist with a background in Deep Bodywork, Embodied Relational Therapy, Postural Integration and trauma work. I worked as an environmental scientist and campaigner for many years, whilst becoming increasingly involved in personal growth work. I have a body psychotherapy practice in Hove and am a Director of the Brighton School for Embodied Therapy (BSET) where I run workshops and trainings in a number of body-centred disciplines.
I’ve been around for a long time. I started my journey into body psychotherapy first in my own therapy then onwards. My first course was in Reichian therapy and my main trainers were Nick Totton, Em Edmondson, Pete Armstrong & William West. I was at this threshold in 1994. I’ve also been a body worker since the beginning of the ‘90’s and run a massage training I have extensively studied in Hakomi and am also a trainer in this method, founded by Ron Kurtz. I have a Bsc & an MA in Psychological Therapies.