I provide embodied psychotherapy CPD opportunities throughout the year by organising various workshops in the south-west. The workshops are designed for body psychotherapists and other practitioners interested in embodied relationship. They will include discussion, experiential work, and supervision.
We are pleased that Michael Soth will be leading a workshop on the weekend of May 25th – 26th 2018 entitled “Working with the Breath in Psychotherapy”. Please follow this link for more information.
If you would like further information about any of our workshops then please contact Clare Brook at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively follow this link to the online booking form.
Sat25May2019Sun26May201910 am - 5pmEast Devon
Working with the Breath in Psychotherapy with Michael Soth
The significance of the breath for any kind of psychotherapy which does not exclude the body
In recent attempts to include the body in psychotherapy, the importance of breathing and the breath as one main regulator of the intensity of feeling has been increasingly recognised. If we want to bring the two bodies into the consulting room, we need to not only understand, but learn to actively work with the breath, the client’s and our own, and the connection between them, as part of the emotional, psychological and intersubjective encounter.
In this learning, we can draw from a wide range of different – and quite contradictory - traditions, both Eastern and Western, many explicitly holistic, some psychological and a wide range of complementary therapies and practices, which have been exploring and using the breath, some of them for several decades, some of them for millennia.
Please read the flyer for more information.
A selection of comments left for Judy Shaw after our latest workshop:
“A warmth that is so unique in training courses. It has felt a welcoming and supportive environment to support our learnings.”
“Very lovely nourishing space … and very great food! Thank you.”
“A welcoming and beautiful learning environment with good positive energy.”
“Abundance of welcome and provisions as usual.”
“Very good venue, comfortable and warm. The food was second to none. I have a feeling of being well nourished and welcomed. Would always suggest to any interested others Judy’s workshop.”
“Your space is very comfortable; I love this venue.”