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When we are embodied, we become learners.
- Richard Strozzi Heckler, The Anatomy of Change
Body-Centered Psychotherapy seeks to enhance the therapeutic process by working from a perspective where emotional health is best achieved by acknowledging the body-mind connection. Body-Centered Psychotherapy aims at supporting the somatic integration and processing of information, increasing body awareness, which in turn informs the emotional processes, helps to clear the mind and facilitate the access to a wider range of feelings and new ideas. This approach typically incorporates a variety of bodywork techniques including: