Kathrin Stauffer PhD, is a UKCP Registered Body Psychotherapist. She is the author of Anatomy & Physiology for Psychotherapists: Connecting Body & Soul (W.W. Norton 2010). Originally a research biochemist, she retrained at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy in London, with an interest in understanding the human body from a subjective point of view, rather than an objective one. She works in private practice in Cambridge and London as a body psychotherapist, biodynamic massage therapist, trainer and supervisor. She offers one-to-one body and integrative psychotherapy, with a humanistic approach.
Kathrin Stauffer is also chair of the Chiron Association for Body Psychotherapists, a member of the Association of Holistic Biodynamic Massage Therapists and the European Association for Body Psychotherapists.
Past Events with Kathrin Stauffer
The Neuroscience and Psychology of Affect Regulation in Infancy and Adulthood
The Meaning and Purpose of Neurosis: Insights from Neuroscience
Testimonials for Kathrin Stauffer’s Training
“This training was rich, rewarding and very enlightening”
“Kathrin has a great manner. She is respectful, affirming and empathic – thank you”
“This training was excellent. So accessible and interesting. Kathrin had a breadth of experience and brought it back to actual practice”
Neurosis and Neuroscience: 19th September 2015
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