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WEBINAR: The Body’s Cycle of Learning And The Use Of Expression in Body-Psychotherapy: A Clinical Approach To Addressing the Split in the Somatic Community.

  • 18 Jul 2019
  • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • Zoom


  • Members don't pay

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Aylee Welch, founder of the Seattle School of Body-Psychotherapy, Presents, "The Body’s Cycle of Learning And The Use Of Expression in Body-Psychotherapy: A Clinical Approach To Addressing the Split in the Somatic Community."

Since the birth of the field of psychology in the west practitioners have investigated the role of the body in creating and maintaining psychological difficulties and the patterns manifested in people’s lives.

For the last 90 years body-inclusive approaches to psychology have been fringe and controversial, but through persistence we are now seeing somatic psychotherapy become "cutting edge". Yet many in the field today, even those without experience with what they are addressing, are disparaging of the history and practices of cathartic expression and the work that that brought us here.

Outlining clinical details you can apply to each therapy session, this webinar explores the role of energy in the body and in the patterns of people’s lives and addresses important questions of the what, when, where, how and why regarding the use of expression in somatic work. This workshop will bring together essential understandings from both the provocative ways of working and the contemporary sciences of neurobiology and trauma theory.

About the presenter:

Aylee Welch, LICSW is a master therapist and the Director of Seattle School of Body-Psychotherapy.  Her teaching and supervision emphasizes Core Energetics that incorporates contemporary neurobiology and trauma theory. 

She has been a therapist and educator for over 30 years working in many settings and with a wide variety of populations, and in private practice with a focus on combining group and individual work.  Her unconventional life path and her experience as a  community herbalist & a Ceremonialist inform and enhance her work and inspires and shapes the program at Seattle School of Body- Psychotherapy.  Additionally, she is a regular contributor for Somatic Psychotherapy Today.   

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