Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP)
IBP is a non invasive somatic therapy that treats the whole person: integrating body, mind and emotions and spirit, which can facilitate more meaningful work in less time with longer lasting results. IBP integrates the best approaches from Eastern and Western psychological physiological and spiritual mind-body theories and practices into a highly efficient and effective somatic model for psychotherapy.
IBP helps you find your way back to your authentic connected self and where you learn how to maintain while being in relationship with others.
IBP experiential practices help to break through old, somatically maintained dysfunctional behavior patterns by reawakening and establishing fully integrated states of well-being, constancy and sense of self in the body that can lead to a transformation of consciousness at the core of one’s being.
This work may be for you if….
you have physical pain which has an emotional component
you feel emotionally split in making decisions
you are experiencing anxiety or panic attacks
you are dealing with an addiction
you are burning yourself out from caretaking others
you are getting in your way of connecting with your partner sexually
you yearn to feel the aliveness in your body
you want to learn to speak up for yourself in a composed way
You will develop…
a deeper self-awareness
your capacity for emotional depth and authenticity
tools to be present, grounded and centred
your capacity to differentiate between what is happening on the outside and what is happening on the inside
your capacity to act on your own behalf without being afraid of about what someone else will say or do
your connection with your authentic self to find the answers you are looking for
ways to access your wellbeing to start feeling good again
Find out More: Resources and Reading:
Body Self & Soul. Jack Lee Rosenberg, Marjorie Rand.
The Intimate Couple. Jack Lee Rosenberg, Beverly Kitaen-Morse, PhD
California IBP institute: www.ibponline.com