Pesso Boyden therapy (“PBSP”) is a powerful therapeutic method that works individually and in a group context with the use of objects and role players to provide participants with a healing experience to overcome past traumas, wounds and losses. A client will have a “structure” in which they will experience “new memories” that overlay painful historical memories.
As well as gaining new perspective, clients usually experience increased pleasure, satisfaction, meaning and connectedness in their lives following a structure. A deeply respectful method, PBSP follows the client’s process. For more information on this method and its co-founder, Albert Pesso, please see www.pbsp.com.
Kate McGeever runs two ongoing (roughly monthly) groups in Islington, which take new participants at the beginning of each term when spaces become available. One is on a Tuesday morning, the other is on a Wednesday evening.
She also runs occasional one day introductions to the method in London.
In addition, in the last 12 months she has run PBSP residential groups in Wales and in Cairo. She is planning her next residential in Spain.
If you would like to be put on the mailing list for the monthly group, the one day introductory days or for the residential groups please contact Kate McGeever using the Pesso Boyden Course enquiry form…