Pesso Boyden therapy for personal development group
Pesso Boyden therapy for personal development half-day groups:
This is a course of four half-day group sessions (Wednesday mornings) that run on the following dates: 21st September, 12th October, 9th November and 7th December 2016. Each participant will have the opportunity to have one structured session during the course.
Would you like to become more fully aware of who you truly are and experience increased pleasure, satisfaction, meaning and connectedness in life? Would you like to become a better person, professional or partner?
Pesso Boyden therapy (PBSP) is a powerful, responsive therapeutic method that works to these outcomes. It is a profound process that helps people understand the psychological compromises and defences that limit them in life. Within a safely led group, clients experience the possibility of moving beyond these constraints. Typically clients gain new perspectives on how the past impacts the present in their behaviour and relationships. They experience increased empowerment and clarity in handling life dilemmas.
How does PBSP work?
The Pesso Boyden method is a systematic and highly respectful therapy, which helps a client surface internal maps or blueprints for living. Memory is essential to our living a good life and yet unhelpful memories often exert a negative influence on the way we look at the world. Unmet needs from the past create problems when we transfer them onto people in our present lives. We may have memories of trauma – survived through unconscious strategies that helped in the past and which get in the way now.
By utilising the brain’s capacity for neuron-plasticity, this approach provides individuals with new, ‘symbolic memories', embedded in the here-and-now experience of a PBSP structure. These alternative memories meet the client’s innate genetic expectations of being fully seen and understood, and lessen the power of trauma or of unmet developmental needs to disrupt present-day life.
“I am feeling a huge benefit from the change we achieved together…..it has, without doubt, made a shift in a very pervasive pattern across contexts in my relationships and has changed how I think of being around other people. How great is that!”
“… gentle, but powerful… it helps us to manage the voices that we all have that don't come from our true self, but from learned responses/ behaviour… the work has helped me to free myself of inherited family patterns and dynamics.”
“My structure was rewarding and revealing, with good insights into the ramifications of my preoccupied attachment style in my later-life 'love map' and marriage.”
“It had a strong impact. This was my first experience of Pesso Boyden. Helping with other people's structures was incredibly heart-opening and I felt great unity with the group.”
Participants in PBSP workshops gain significantly from the experience of other peoples’ structures.
About Sally Potter
A Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University School of Management, Sally is a management development consultant, executive coach and a psychotherapist accredited with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She is also one of five Certified Pesso Boyden therapists in the UK, trained by Al Pesso and Lowijs Perquin, and a Certified Pesso Boyden supervisor – at present the only one in England. Sally leads PBSP workshops in the UK and internationally. She has continued advanced training annually with Al Pesso in the US for 13 years.
She brings passion and precision to this approach to development, which gets to the heart of client issues and progresses emotional well-being. Her professional practice also includes individual and couples therapy. Sally holds an MSc in Educational Management and an MA with distinction in Relationship Therapy. She contributed to the work of Relate for six years.
To book or discuss payment options, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07770 616 791. Please also call if you wish to discuss the format or whether PBSP might be helpful to you.
About the host
Sally Potter MSc, MA Relationship Therapy, BACP Accredited Psychotherapist, Executive Coach, Accredited Pesso Boyden Therapist and Supervisor. Sally says “I have studied the Pesso Boyden method for fifteen years; it remains the deepest, most powerful and effective way of developing consciousness and releasing potential that I have come across.