Date(s) - Saturday, June 3, 2017
9:30 am - 6:00 pm
Pesso Boyden Therapy is a respectful and highly respected, body-based psychotherapy with distinctive techniques aimed at addressing entrenched issues. It is an interactive process that creates new body-based memories to heal emotional deficits of the past.
An exceptionally powerful personal development tool, it uses feedback, systematic procedures, objects and role players in a unique methodology, in order to repair the early traumas, wounds and losses that can powerfully influence the brain’s map of the world.
In shifting underlying perspectives, the way is opened to the possibility of greater pleasure, satisfaction, meaning and connectedness, and an enhanced freedom to effect longed-for changes.
It is expected there will be between 8 and 12 participants, with an absolute maximum of 15. The day will start with an explanation of Pesso Boyden and an experiential introduction, followed by 4 actual client sessions of an hour each.
Please apply by contacting Marcus Gottlieb via nottinghilltherapy.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07973 322 819.
Venue: Philadelphia Association, 4 Marty’s Yard, Hampstead, London NW3 1QW
Date: Saturday 3 June 2017
Time: 0930 to 1800
Ana María Ruiz Sancho is an experienced psychiatrist and a
psychotherapist. She is also a specialist in group dynamics
and an Institutional and Team Motivation Consultant. Ana is the
Founder and a Director of VocAcción, as well as being a
qualified Pesso Boyden psychotherapist.
Marcus Gottlieb works with relationships, sexuality, abuse and trauma, with a particular interest in boarding school survivor syndrome. Qualified in Pesso Boyden as well as other psychotherapies, he is also an Alexander Technique teacher.