Can Bodywork and Counselling work together?

Touch in counselling is a hot potato; depending on your therapist’s training, shaking hands might be OK, but how about a reassuring hand on a shoulder? How about therapeutic touch which even when included in most trainings, is widely feared? Can Bodywork and Counselling work together or is it a road to confusion?

Having had the benefit of a Body Psychotherapy training and working with many clients who are in therapy or counselling, I shared my experience with The Counsellors Cafe. You can read the article here.



If you’re having counselling or therapy and are curious about how Bodywork might be useful for you, you’re welcome to give me a call and ask me about it.


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