Body Psychotherapy weekend

Body Psychotherapy weekend

Facilitator(s)
Stephen Tame & Judith Salling-Ash

Date/Time
Date: 26/03/2022 - 27/03/2022
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

About this event

Following the success of our ‘Embodied-Relational Therapy meets Radix’ workshop in 2020,
Stephen Tame & Judith Salling-Ash are offering deep therapeutic process weekend groups drawing on these two strands of Reichian growth work.
2022 weekends in the diary (so far):  March 26th-22nd, June 11th-12th. You are welcome to book for one or more of these weekends.
These non-residential weekends invite you to work with your emotional process, and are intended to be transformative. We invite you to work at your own pace and depth with the material you bring. Please note that these are therapeutic rather than training weekends.

These weekends work well as either a stand alone therapeutic encounter or as an adjunct to 1:1 therapy. Our experience is that the resources of a group, over a weekend, can hold and facilitate processes differently, sometimes more deeply and powerfully, than within our 1:1 work.

Current neuroscience and leading edge psychotherapy is showing that trauma is stored in the implicit memory within the body.  These weekends offer the possibility of accessing and releasing or processing this trauma.

For Stephen, including Radix is something of a return to source, bringing the dynamism and structure of Radix into the work.  Judith is enjoying collaborating – exploring the differences and similarities between Radix and Embodied-Relational Therapy (ERT), enlivening her Reichian work.

Radix offers a rigorous model for making sense of our emotional/physical armouring  as well as the earlier softer structures, and gives us a robust confidence in a clear and raw approach to the work. The approach is intuitive and follows the process (particularly of the body) faithfully, within a strong frame created by clear structural reasoning and exercises.

Stephen writes: I’ve found that Radix has woken up my psychotherapy practice – I’m more relaxed and confident in supporting clients to work physically and robustly, and it has usefully shifted my focus slightly away from the relational between a client and myself, to recentralising the client’s experience, with the relational in service to them and their process.
I’ve found this very refreshing, and am really pleased to be co-leading this ongoing therapeutic work with Judith Salling-Ash. Judith is an experienced practitioner, and has spent more time engaged in Radix work than almost anybody else in the UK – She is a solid, compassionate, courageous practitioner.

The  2022 weekends in the diary so far: March 26th-22nd, June 11th-12th. You are welcome to book for one or more of these weekends. If covid restrictions prevent them taking place, we will refund fees, or transfer bookings to later dates where possible. Bookings are now open – contact stephentame@gmail.com

Judith Salling-Ash:
Judith originally trained in TA psychotherapy and became interested in body psychotherapy and Radix specifically as part of her journey to come home to her own body. She works in private practice in Swindon where she enjoys the privilege of connecting with and discovering other embodied souls. Her work is influenced by non-dual perspectives and supported by current neuroscience thinking. https://www.jsatherapy.co.uk/

Stephen Tame:
Stephen Tame is a relational body psychotherapist, with decades of experience and enthusiasm working with clients and trainees. He is a member of the Embodied-Relational Therapy and the Wild therapy training teams. He continues to learn from his colleagues, clients, trainees, other trainers and the wider world. http://www.stephentame.co.uk

Location
The Hearthside Room, The Old Manse
Mary Street
Bovey Tracey,
Devon
TQ13 9HQ

Contact Details
Contact Person: Stephen Tame
Email: stephentame@gmail.com
More contact details: https://www.jsatherapy.co.uk/
Website: https://erthworks.co.uk/events/therapeutic-group-process-weekends/

Cost
£195, with an earlybird price of £175 if booked 6 weeks in advance