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The first session

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  • During the first session, we will talk about you and I will ask a few questions so that I can get to know you better. This will allow me to find the best way for us to work together, and I will openly share with you the principles of my therapeutic plan. This plan can then be adjusted as we work through different sessions.
  • We will also talk about cancelations, bookings, contract, code of ethics and confidentiality .
  • We will usually agree to an initial period of 6 weekly sessions and we will evaluate your process together at the end of that period.

A typical Body Psychotherapy session

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A session will last for 60 minutes and we will typically meet weekly, on the same day, at the same time. During a session, we will talk through your difficulties and your enjoyments. Alongside this, we will explore the ways that your body reacts to what you share.

I might propose a technique to deepen this exploration, or I might keep the course of the conversation adjusting its flow with gentle questions or body awareness.

In this way, I aim to discover ways to support resolution of conflict and help you to enjoy a fuller life.

What happens in a session?

Body psychotherapy uses a wide range of tools to support the therapeutical process:

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Verbal techniques

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Movement and non-verbal interventions (siting, standing or lying down)

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Development of body-focused awareness

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Working with art materials or objects

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Biodynamic massage

Through these techniques, we find ways to allow you to discover what perhaps cannot be said very easily.

Cost of a session is £ 55

I have a limited number of lower-cost places available. If you are on low income or have exceptional circumstances, please contact me to discuss this.

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During the Covid-19 pandemic, my working practice has fully incorporated online therapy, maintaining the core of the body psychotherapy approach, even though we are not in the same room. It is very likely that the current situation is presenting personal challenges that in the past you were not aware of.

If you feel you might benefit from the support that online therapy could give, please do get in touch with me.