Pesso Boyden therapy (PBSP) is the most advanced therapeutic body-based psychotherapy system available for emotional re-education or reprogramming.
PBSP works either one to one or on a group basis to heal past emotional deficits using unique processes called ‘Structures’ and ‘Microtracking'™ that help clients to identify emotional deficits and create ‘new memories’.
The use of objects and role players provide participants with a healing experience to overcome past traumas, wounds, losses and abuses. These ‘new memories’ provide symbolic fulfillment of the basic developmental needs of place, nurture, support, protection and limits.
With the inclusion of ‘Holes and Roles,’ the latest innovation in PBSP theory and technique, therapists learn how to provide a highly effective and streamlined approach to reducing resistance, negative transference, and somatic overload.
Many aspects of PBSP theories and techniques have close parallels in recent neuroscience findings about mirror neurons, empathy, morality, and the impact of language on the theory of mind.
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