Psychotherapy, Training, Supervision, Continuing Professional Development.
No waiting list policy for psychotherapy.
We are a leading edge centre of excellence for this specialised approach to resolving relationship problems and have been established since 1989.
The centre offers:
HOW CAN BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY HELP?
Most difficulties in relationships and personal problems can be helped by body psychotherapy. This includes stress, which is often experienced as irritability, weepiness, aches and pains, sleeplessness, exhaustion and lack of interest in life. Body psychotherapy can also be helpful for depression, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, loss (of a loved one, meaning and direction in life, spiritual connection), long term illness, lack of confidence, intimacy issues, unstable relationships, blocks to creativity and fuller enjoyment of life.
We do not maintain a waiting list and you could expect to start psychotherapy within two weeks of contacting us. There is also ample free parking and a spacious garden creating a tranquil environment not far from the centre of Cambridge.
DIPLOMA BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING STARTING IN AUTUMN 2016We interview throughout the year for training places. When places are filled, we offer suitable applicants a place for the following year. There are currently places left for the September 2016 intake. Our next open evening is on Friday 8th July 2016, 7.00-9.00 p.m. Please let us know that you plan to attend.
Our main course textbook is "Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication in Psychotherapy" by Gill Westland (Norton, 2015).
POST-QUALIFYING M.A. BODY PSYCHOTHERAPYPlease email us for further details of eligibility and how to apply for the 2016 intake of the MA Body Psychotherapy in conjunction with Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge. The next intake starts in September 2016. MA Body Psychotherapy
SOMATIC TRAUMA THERAPY TRAINING WITH BABETTE ROTHSCHILD 2017-2018The 2016 course is full. Booking for 2017-2018 NOW OPEN.
JOURNAL OF BODY, MOVEMENT AND DANCE IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
The Journal of Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy is the main international peer reviewed academic journal for body psychotherapy. Some articles are free to download and articles written by CBPC staff are consistently in the top 10 most read articles online. Journal BMDP
For more detailed information about the development of CBPC and other articles of interest about body psychotherapy please see the Articles Page
CAMBRIDGE BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY CENTRE IS A FULL MEMBER OF THE UNITED KINGDOM COUNCIL FOR BODY PSYCHOTHERAPY (UKCP)
Cambridge Body Psychotherapy Centre Limited is a non-profit company limited by guarantee. Registered in England. Company Number 6266306. Directors: Gill Westland, Richard C. Jennings (PhD)