The Processwork approach to the ‘body’ is based on the idea that there is a flow of life and wisdom behind body experiences, symptoms and illness. That unfolding these experiences gives us access to vital patterns we need for our everyday life and our future directions. This perspective can open up possibilities to develop a different relationship to our bodies and to the idea of ‘health’ and ‘illness’.
We will present some old and newer processwork concepts and some practical applications in this area. There will be space for both theoretical presentation and some experiential work together.
Prowadzacy: Anup Karia, Stanya Studentova
Anup Karia is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and trainer. He’s the Director of Programmes and faculty member at ProcessworkUK (UKCP accredited psychotherapy training programme). He works as a group/organisational consultant and facilitator and teaches in the UK, Czech Republic and has a private practice based in London working with individuals, couples and groups. Stanya Studentova is a psychologist, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and trainer. She is a faculty member at ProcessworkUK and a Clinical director at a Mental health counselling centre. She works as a group/organisational consultant and facilitator and teaches in the UK and in Europe and has a private practice based in London working with individuals, couples and groups. She is also the Director and faculty member at IPOP school (Processwork in Czech republic). Więcej informacji: www.processworkuk.org