Michael Soth is an experienced therapist, supervisor and trainer who has been practising as a therapist and teaching therapists since 1986. He is one of the foremost body psychotherapists and trainers practising in the UK today.
For many years he worked as the Training Director of the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy, and is a frequent presenter at professional conferences. He has been studying the significance of enactments and their therapeutic uses since the mid-1990’s, and has developed a unique relational body-mind approach that builds on an integration of humanistic and psychoanalytic perspectives.
He is co-editor of the Handbook of Body Psychotherapy and Somatic Psychology, published in 2015
Michael Soth’s previous event’s inspired our blog posts on counselling when stuck, and finding and keeping clients and manage your client caseload. Michael has also previously written on the topic of conflict in psychotherapy for our blog.
Past Events with Michael Soth
How to Work When Therapy isn’t Working: Perceiving and understanding enactments in the therapeutic relationship
How to Work When the Clients Conflict Becomes the Therapists Conflict
The Impossible Profession: Making a Sustainable Living as a Therapist
The Body Speaks – Embodied Conversations in Psychotherapy
Testimonials for Michael Soth’s training
Michael was amazing, daring and inspiring
At last – a training day that unpicks a counselling scenario almost breath by breath.
Stimulating and exciting. Plenty of food for thought. Michael was engaging, flexible and accessible. I enjoyed his humour and humility as well as his ability to challenge common ‘rights and wrongs’ without shaming.
This workshop was beyond my imagining, totally involving. I felt drawn in, respected, and invited to become part of it all
Michael Soth is an original: unconventional, a bit of a tour de force, refreshing
Extraordinary! I love the way Michael thinks and works
Michael Soth is excellent. A paragon of effective educational approaches
Michael is very engaging and thinks outside the box. He has a very refreshing approach to when we hit difficulties in the work