Trainer & Supervisor for Postural, Energetic & Pelvic-Heart Integration.
Austria Klinische Psychologin - Arbeit im psychosozialen Bereich mit Kindern, Erwachsenen und Familien. Psychotherapeutin (Autogenes Training / Autogene Psychotherapie (ÖGATAP), Body Psychotherapy), Pelvic-Heart Integration Integration® (ICPIT),
Trainer & Supervisor for Postural Integration
Milano Psychologist, psychotherapist. President of the AIPT- Association of Transpersonal oriented Postural Integration Joins in his work transpersonal psychology and bodywork.Teacher of Body Reading Techniques at the post university school Scuola Superiore di Formazione di Psicoterapia, Cremona, Italy. Wrote the book Corpo e Cambiamento (Body and Change), Tecniche Nuove Editrice, 2000, Milano, Italy. Associazione di Integrazione Posturale Transpersonale, Via Scarlatti 20, 20124 Milano
Trainer for Postural & Energetic Integration
Studied and experienced a wide range of alternative, humanistic and bodymind centered methods since 1980. Numerous fields of influence. The central themes of Niall's approach are furthering self-healing, spiritual growth and realization of the true self.Personal topics include 'the ancestral presence' and 'the essence of optimal nutrition'. Comes from an earlier background of executive industrial management and later private practice
Trainer & Supervisor for Postural Integration.
Germany Bernhard Schlage has given workshops since 1980 in most European countries and has run a private body psychotherapy practice since 1984. He has given lectures at international congresses f.i. in San Francisco, Paris and Sydney. In 1986 he co-founded an adult-education-centre for health care in northern Germany and later was in charge of a mental health centre until 2008. He has been a trainer for Postural Integration since 1999 and ECP-holder since 2001. Specialised in treating psychosomatic disorders, he is now focusing his work on training the next generation of health care practitioners in body psychotherapy. Bernhard is author of more than 100 articles about body psychotherapy and has written four books.