- About Me
- What is body-centered psychotherapy?
- What usually happens in a body-psychotherapy session?
- Why work with the body?
- How does body-pscyhotherapy help?
- What kinds of problems does body-psychotherapy address?
- What is the theoretical framework of this approach to therapy?
- How long does it take?
- How much does it cost?
- Do you take insurance?
What is body-centered psychotherapy?
Body-centered psychotherapy (also referred to as body-psychotherapy) is a form of psychotherapy that incorporates work with the body into the therapy process. As in other forms of psychotherapy, you and I join together to witness and understand the challenges that you are confronting, and to discern the tasks for growth that may be emerging in your process. We explore the important gifts and supports you have to bring to your situation. We look at how your current problems might relate to your past, the formative experiences within your family, and any significant losses or traumas you may have had. And we work together to discover what you may need in order to meet your current situation in a more satisfying, authentic and empowered way.