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.

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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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