Margaret Landale

Margaret LandaleMargaret Landale is an integrative psychotherapist, trainer, author and conference speaker. She specialises in stress-related and psychosomatic disorders and has taught widely on these subjects. She is a supervisor and trainer and has worked as the Training Director at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in London.

Her publications include ‘Working with psychosomatic distress and developmental trauma’ in Contemporary Body Psychotherapy – The Chiron Approach by Linda Hartley ed., Routledge 2009; and ‘The use of imagery in body oriented psychotherapy’ in Body Psychotherapy, Tree Staunton ed., Brunner-Routledge, 2002.

We have previously interviewed Margaret for our blog. Margaret has also written an article series for our blog on mindfulness and psychotherapy.

 

Past Events with Margaret Landale

Exploring the Resourcefulness of the Traumatised Body

Conversations with the Body

Working with the Body in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Applying Mindfulness in Psychotherapy

Trauma and the Therapeutic Relationship

Testimonials for Margaret Landale’s training

“An inspiring, fascinating and thoroughly enjoyable day. Margaret is an inspirational trainer with an infectious passion for what she does.”

“It was the best and most practically useful conference I have attended.”

“Wow. Such a powerful, experiential way of learning and working.”

“This is the essence of working effectively.”

“Margaret Landale is great! An embodied therapist! Dynamic, lively and calm.”

“Probably one of the best trainers you’ve had.”

“Deliciously affirming.”

 

Brighton Therapy Partnership has worked with many trainers and speakers in the field of counselling and psychotherapy. To see a full list, visit our speaker page. In addition, we regularly interview speakers for our blog.