Miriam Taylor

Miriam Taylor is a UKCP registered Gestalt psychotherapist, supervisor, author and trainer who specialises in working with trauma.

She has been in clinical practice since 1995 and has worked as Clinical Lead in a young peoples’ counselling service and as a Consultant Therapist in an independent trauma service. She is trained in several specialist trauma approaches including Sensorimotor therapy and EMDR. Her main interest is in integrating embodied and relational developments in trauma.

Miriam has over 30 years’ experience of teaching adults, and presents workshops and talks both in the UK and abroad. She has been a tutor, Academic Consultant and examiner at Metanoia Institute and is currently on the Leadership Team of Relational Change.

She is author of several peer reviewed and invited papers and of  Trauma Therapy and Clinical Practice: Neuroscience, Gestalt and the Body (2014), and of Deepening Trauma Practice: A Gestalt Approach to Ecology and Ethics (2021).

Past Events with Miriam Taylor

A Sensorimotor Approach to Working with Trauma

Working with Dissociation

Choices in Trauma Therapy

Neglectful Therapy (We’ve All Done It)

Trauma Masterclass: Perspectives on Working with Trauma

Testimonials for Miriam Taylor’s training

Excellent. Very informative.  I expected the best and the day has been more than this. Miriam is so knowledgeable and shares this in a very accessible way

It’s rare to find trauma training of this calibre within the profession.

Full, informative, guiding and clarifying with some good ideas for supporting traumatised clients that I can use in my practice. I felt the trainer’s ability to focus on all the parts of the dissociating client were extremely grounding and demonstrated safety in practice.

Very useful and well delivered. It met my expectations, I really enjoyed it. Miriam Taylor  was very experienced, calm, and knowledgeable.

Miriam communicated clearly with obvious depth of experience and helpful examples and role play. A good solid training day.

Thought provoking, expressive, interesting.

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