Biodynamic Psychotherapy recognises the relationship of the mind, the body and energy. Using Psychoperistalsis, particular sound from the guts we use to guide the work listening to the inner wisdom of the body. On this weekend, we will explore the nature of the interrelationships and the impact each aspect has on the person. For example, the body stores issues and experiences, such as hurt, unresolved anger or trauma in tensions of membranes or muscles and then it forgets that its done this, often as adults we feel deadened, numb or exhausted all the time. Another aspect of this is the body posture created and a way of experiencing life and situations through these. We still have a deeper knowing that this is not who we are and that life can be different, yet we are locked unconsciously inside a system designedly us as a protection, as we developed through childhood. One aim of Biodynamic Psychotherapy is to bring an increase in blood flow and energy into this armoured tissue, through massage, movement, or breath work, inviting the releasing of tension and that which is being held to be feed up, working consciously with the ‘forgotten’ material, bringing about subtle, profound and permanent change.In this weekend we will explore the work experientially ,tasting the nature of the work and gaining an insight into the fundamental theories of Biodynamic psychotherapy. Gillie Gilbert is a Biodynamic Psychotherapist and Craniosacral therapist. She has been a trainer, Supervisor and Clinician for over 25 years. She studied Ethology at University, taught and then retrained in Biodynamic Psychotherapy recognising the profound nature of the work and its capacity to elicit healing with unconditional acceptance, kindness and humour. She follows a spiritual path that supports the nature of the work. Gillie has a ceramic studio in which she potters and also spends time in nature either walking or doing water colours.

WHAT IS BIODYNAMIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

Gillie Gilbert

11th & 12th September 2021 • 10.00am – 5.30 pm • £120 •​

LSBP - East Finchley Library, N2 9BB

Event Booking and Refund Policy​

Booking a place

 

 Places will be allocated to participants once payment of the fee has been received. Participants will receive confirmation of their booking by email, usually within two weeks of the fee having been received or sooner if booked online. If participants do not receive confirmation they need to contact the Centre for Biodynamic Psychotherapy Administrator at as soon as possible.

 

Cancelling a place booked on a workshop

 

The fee for workshops is non-refundable. If a participant booked onto a workshop is unable to attend, someone else can attend in his or her place. If numbers have been restricted there may already be a waiting list of people wanting a place. Please check with the administrator.

 

Transferring a booking

 

The responsibility for transferring a cancelled booking for any event lies with the person wishing to cancel. Anyone wishing to arrange a substitution should let the workshop coordinator or CBP administrator know, so that we do not charge twice for the same place.

The London School of Biodynamic Body-Psychotherapy is a member of the UKCP.

A CPD certificate will be issued.

Gillie Gilbert is a Biodynamic Psychotherapist and Craniosacral therapist. She has been a trainer, Supervisor and Clinician for over 25 years.
She studied Ethology at University, taught and then retrained in Biodynamic Psychotherapy recognising the profound nature of the work and its capacity to elicit healing with unconditional acceptance, kindness and humour. She follows a spiritual path that supports the nature of the work.
Gillie has a ceramic studio in which she potters and also spends time in nature either walking or doing water colours.​

Centre for Biodynamic Body Psychotherapy

is a trading name for London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy LTD

East Finchley Library , 226 High Rd, East Finchley, London N2 9BB

Centre for Biodynamic Body Psychotherapy

is a trading name for London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy LTD

East Finchley Library , 226 High Rd,

East Finchley, London N2 9BB

Centre for Biodynamic Body Psychotherapy​

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