Dr Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar is offering a 12 day training in London this year starting in April. 
 
Embodied and Relational Perspectives on Psychopathology 

How do we deal with differentness, with otherness – in ourselves, and in others? Can we accept differentness 
without exclusion? Must we all be the same?  

This course with Dr Asaf Rolef Ben-Shahar offered in three units of four days (from April 2016-October 2016) offers a unique opportunity to 
learn about ourselves and the other in ourselves in a non-binary, relational, and embodied way. 

Body-psychotherapy offers unique skills for identifying, positioning and working with extremes conditions of 
human pain and suffering. There is frequently a gap between the psychiatric (DSM-V, ICD-10) model of looking at mental illness and the relational, humanistic and embodied clinical work of the psychotherapist.  

This course explores possible bridges between the two. We would together explore various extreme-conditions 
through developmental perspectives, all the while looking at humanistic, relational and embodied aspects of 
these conditions and creating a dialogue with DSM typology.  

Please see attached flyer for more information
 
For further information contact Louise Lord, UK Training Coordinator who can also arrange your place on the course. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Louise Lord 
Training Coordinator  
 
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