Attachment or Trauma? How Sensorimotor Psychotherapy works

At the Australian Childhood Foundation, we’re constantly looking for ways to help kids recover. Ways to engage the resources around them, the people around them in relationships that are going to help support them and really leave the impact of the trauma behind as they grow older. That’s why Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and the partnership that we have with Pat Ogden and her institute is so important to us; it offers a way of working with children that is positive, it’s resourcing of children, and it doesn’t need words.

During her recent trip to Australia, Pat kindly participated in a series of short video interviews on the topic of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

In the video below you can see how she responds when the Foundation’s CEO, Dr Joe Tucci, asked about the use of the modality in both attachment and trauma presentations.

If you would like to hear more about Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, including feedback from Australian Practitioners who have recently studied the course, you can do so here.

The opportunity to study Level 1 of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy course is currently available to Australian Practitioners, and is being held in Sydney and in Melbourne. You can find out more, including downloading an information book here.



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