The Bodynamic – Somatic Psychotherapy and Analysis System – is a pioneering method of somatic developmental psychology and psychotherapy that integrates current research in the psychomotor development of children, cognitive and depth psychotherapy, brain research, and special emphasis on the quality of contact and on healthy relationship.

Bodynamics is about helping restore dignity in order to be in mutual connection with full authenticity. It’s about establishing healthy mutual connection with another and most importantly with the self.

What makes Bodynamics unique in our approach is our use of the latest research in neurodevelopmental phases and attachment to address disruptions in healthy connection. Using this advanced knowledge we can precisely meet people where they need it the most, helping restore a person to their full potential for deep fully embodied meaningful contact with themselves, others and the world.

Upcoming Intro Evenings & 1 Day Workshops

Edmonton, Canada

July 27 , 2018 – Evening Intro (Free)
July 28, 2018 – 1 Day Intro Workshop ($100)

Boston, MA

Sept 14 , 2018 – Evening Intro (Free)
Sept 15, 2018 – 1 Day Intro Workshop ($100)

Berkeley, CA

Nov 9 , 2018 – Evening Intro (Free)
Nov 10, 2018 – 1 Day Intro Workshop ($100)

Upcoming 17-day Training’s – Healing Developmental Disruptions

Edmonton, Canada

Nov 8 – 12, 2018
January 11 – 14, 2019
March 29 – April 1 , 2019
June 14 – 17, 2019

Boston, MA

Jan 31 – Feb 4, 2019
Mar 15 – 18, 2019
May 17 – 20, 2019
July 19 – 22, 2019

(Dates are Tentative)

Berkeley, CA

Feb 21 – 25, 2019
Apr 26 – 29, 2019
Jun 28 – Jul 1, 2019
Sept 20 – 23, 2019

edward-tronick“I believe that most schools of psychology and therapy have failed to understand fundamental ways humans use to make meaning about themselves in the world. Marcher, Fich, and their Bodynamic colleagues make a stunning step forward in overcoming this error by providing a fundamental developmental framework that helps us to understand the pathways humans move through and how to work effectively with our patients, young and old.”

Edward Tronick, PhD, Professor of Psychology, University of Massachusetts; chief faculty, Infant-Parent Mental Health Post-Graduate Certificate Program, University of Massachusetts; and director, Child Development Unit, Children’s Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School

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