What is Integrated Body Psychotherapy (IBP)?
Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) is a non-invasive somatic psychotherapy that treats the whole person, integrating body, mind, emotions, and spirit, that can facilitate deeper more meaningful work in less time with lasting results. It is based on the premise that the body, mind, and spirit are not separate, but rather integrated parts of a whole person. Every experience has a physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspect, which manifests internally within the body, and externally in relationship to others. IBP integrates the best approaches from Eastern and Western psychological, physiological and spiritual body-mind theories and practices into a highly efficient and effective somatic implementation model for psychotherapy.
IBP experiential practices help to break through old, somatically maintained dysfunctional behavior patterns by reawakening and establishing fully integrated states of well-being, constancy and sense of self in the body that can lead to a transformation of consciousness at the core of one’s being.