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Body & Integrative Psychotherapy - Claudete Tomaselli

I am a qualified integrative and body psychotherapist. I combine both approaches adapting my work to the specific needs of my clients. Integrative psychotherapy The integrative approach includes some of the major theoretical models in psychotherapy: client-centred, gestalt, psychodynamic, relational work, body psychotherapy and solution-focused therapy. In practice, it means that each individual is different and an integrative approach enabled me to use what works best to address the particular issues of each of my clients. Body Psychotherapy Body psychotherapy is a psychotherapeutic approach that recognises the relationship between the body and the mind. A body psychotherapist will work with what happens at a mind/verbal level as well as with bodily experiences such as posture, movement, gestures, voice and breathing patterns. In practice, I will pay attention to how my clients move, their musculature (chronic pain, rigidity) and to the way they breathe. I work with these elements that are an integrative part of who we are as a human beings. Becoming more familiar with our physicality gives us a better sense of who we are. We can be more grounded, centred and feel more in control

Body & Integrative Psychotherapy - Claudete Tomaselli
BurtonRoad NW6 7LL
Brentford
London
Nw67LL
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I am a qualified integrative and body psychotherapist. I combine both approaches adapting my work to the specific needs of my clients. Integrative psychotherapy The integrative approach includes some of the major theoretical models in psychotherapy: client-centred, gestalt, psychodynamic, relational work, body psychotherapy and solution-focused therapy. In practice, it means that each individual is different and an integrative approach enabled me to use what works best to address the particular issues of each of my clients. Body Psychotherapy Body psychotherapy is a psychotherapeutic approach that recognises the relationship between the body and the mind. A body psychotherapist will work with what happens at a mind/verbal level as well as with bodily experiences such as posture, movement, gestures, voice and breathing patterns. In practice, I will pay attention to how my clients move, their musculature (chronic pain, rigidity) and to the way they breathe. I work with these elements that are an integrative part of who we are as a human beings. Becoming more familiar with our physicality gives us a better sense of who we are. We can be more grounded, centred and feel more in control