Spreading the Power of Pesso Boyden Psychotherapy

As a psychotherapist, I’m a BIG FAN of Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP). I believe it deserves much broader recognition and practice in the UK. PBSP is a powerful body-oriented psychotherapy developed in the 1960s by Albert Pesso and Diane Boyden. It utilizes gentle touch, movement and interaction to help heal developmental wounds and trauma. […]

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: The Need for a Pluralistic Influence

As a psychotherapist, I feel profoundly shaped by the teachers who came before me. Visionaries like Virginia Satir, Bessel van der Kolk, Irvin Yalom, and Milton Erickson paved the way. Their wisdom informs my work and thinking. Satir showed me how family systems and communication patterns influence wellbeing. Van der Kolk demonstrated the imprint trauma […]