An Introduction to Relational Body Psychotherapy – an ERT approach
Allison Priestman, Stephen Tame
28-29th Jan 2017
£180 (£155 early bird)
There is a growing interest in the world of counselling and psychotherapy in working with body experiences, and there have, for a long time, been traditions of body psychotherapy paying particular attention to this.
There is also a growing interest, amongst practitioners of many kinds, in working with the relationship between the client and therapist. This is central to many strands of psychotherapy.
Embodied-Relational Therapy (ERT) has been developing an approach since the 1980’s of working relationally with body experience. Indeed, it is becoming ever more clear to us that relationship happens between bodies, and that body experience happens in relationship.
As ERT practitioners and trainers, we start from this conjunction – not as something weird, different or esoteric, but as the ground from which psychotherapy takes place.
If you are interested in developing your own skills in working from the ground of embodied relating, then get in touch, and come along.
This workshop is also a good taster for the Embodied-Relational Therapy Training.
Embodied-Relational Therapy (ERT)
– at the meeting pace of Body, Process and Relational Psychotherapy
More info and booking form at: erthworks.co.uk
or contact Stephen on 01626 438 279