Body -Oriented Approaches to Psychotherapy   [Archived Catalog]
2019-2020 Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

MBM 5668 - Body -Oriented Approaches to Psychotherapy

Body-oriented psychotherapy uses the pathway of connection with the body to approach psychological issues.  This course provides students with a basic skill-set to bring a somatic focus to their therapy sessions along with introductory knowledge of several body-oriented psychotherapy modalities.  Students will explore experiential exercises from some of the techniques with each other and with a volunteer, as well as study the history and theories underlying these practices and the research done on these mind-body approaches to healing and well-being. Prerequisite(s): Must be a licensed mental health care practitioner to enroll. 3 credit(s)
Offered: Offered FA - Term B. Course Length: 7 weeks. RC required in Term A.