Four Elements Embodied Psychotherapy Group

Four Elements Embodied Psychotherapy Group

19th January - 23rd March 2021

Four Elements DMTM is an embodied psychotherapy group aimed at those who wish to work in an embodied way – exploring the body-mind-emotions connection. We work within the context of a small therapeutic group (8 individuals).

The psychotherapeutic approach that we use combines:

  • integrative embodied psychotherapy

  • experiential exercises based on neuroscience

  • mindfulness meditation and creative visualisation

  • sounding and creative arts therapy

  • dance and movement therapy

  • the four elements transpersonal psychotherapy model​

The aim of Four Elements DMTM therapy group is to:

  • Explore how our mind/thoughts and beliefs affect how we feel and how we hold these feelings in the body

  • Start to 're-wire' the nervous system and create new neuro-patways (changing old and dysfunctional habits and behaviours and encouraging new and more healthy ones) 

  • Get in touch with and begin to release emotional material stored in the body

  • Find a new way of processing and working with difficult sensations held in the body ~ such as stress, anxiety, anger and grief

  • Start to develop embodied sense of resilience

  • Provide a safe space for self-care and self-nurture

  • Encourage us to develop a more loving and compassionate relationship with ourselves

If you are interested in joining the next group please send an email to Katarina: katarina@four-elements-dmtm.com  to request the assessment and booking form

COVID-19 notification

Please note that due to Covid-19 January-March 2021 group will be online.

TUESDAY evenings 7pm -9pm

two hour group sessions - 10 weeks

Dates: 19th January - 23rd March 2021


(when in person): Room No 3,

Chiswick Catholic Centre

2 Dukes Avenue, London W4 2AE

Jan-March 2021 - online group


£295 for 10 weeks (in person)

£250 online

Booking essential, limited to 8 places.

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