Tag Archives: Al Pesso

New Podcast: Understanding The Psychological Causes & Conditions Of Terrorism

In this new podcast, “Understanding The Psychological Causes & Conditions Of Terrorism,” from Levevei James Alexander Arnfinsen interviews Al Pesso.

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Jan 2015 Video Of Introductory Lecture On Making New Memories To A PBSP Experiential Group

Parts 1 & 2 of a video of a January 2015 introductory lecture by Al Pesso on making new memories to a PBSP experiential group in Birmingham, Alabama. Created in 1961 by Albert Pesso and Diane Boyden-Pesso, Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP) is the most advanced therapeutic system available for emotional re-education or reprogramming. PBSP […]

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Al Pesso Keynote Address, German Humanistic Psychotherapy Congress, Oct 27, 2014

Al Pesso’s Keynote Address to the German Humanistic Psychotherapy Congress October 2014 on PBSP theories and techniques for treating depression including discussion of Structures and Holes in Roles.

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Announcing 2015-2016 PBSP Supervision Training In Germany

The dates for PBSP supervision training sessions in Germany for 2015 and 2016 with Albert Pesso, Dr. Lowijis Perquin, Michael Bachg, Barbara Fischer-Bartelmann, and Leonhard Schrenker have been set. For the program brochure click here.

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Creating New & More Appropriate Memories to Heal Trauma: 3-Day Seminar in Zurich (2/27 – 3/1)

Join Al Pesso on February 27 to March 1st for a seminar at Zurich’s twin schools for Polarity and Trauma Therapy (Polarity Bidungszentrum/PBZ and Zentrum Fur Innere Okologie/ZIO) where he will demonstrate the transformational power implied in human potential — even for those with the most difficult life experiences conceivable. Working with fragmented and incomplete embedded memories from the past, Pesso will first teach participants how to renegotiate and redraft these experiences, and then how to enact and complete them, thus creating a different future in view of new emotional conditions and possibilities.

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Traveling Teacher/Therapist on the Move

From Berlin, I traveled to Munich (October) where I started with the Heidelberg training group then I offered PBSP experiential and supervision workshops. Early November I land in Prague, Czech Republic, to present a PBSP experiential workshop then jet to Osnabrueck, Germany for more PBSP experiential workshops. I will hold a PBSP couples group session and […]

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Introduction & Acceptance Speeches From Al Pesso’s USABP Lifetime Achievement Award Ceremony

On August 12, 2012, the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP) presented Albert Pesso a Lifetime Achievement Award in a ceremony at their annual conference in Boulder, Colorado.  Since its inception in 1998 the USABP has given only six Lifetime Achievement Awards and we at PBSP are honored that Al is to be included […]

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USABP 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award

We are very pleased to announce that the United States Association for Body Psychotherapy (USABP) will be giving Albert Pesso a Lifetime Achievement Award in a ceremony at their next annual conference in Boulder, Colorado on August 12, 2012.  Since its inception in 1998 the USABP has given only six Lifetime Achievement Awards and we […]

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Master Class: An Interview with Albert Pesso by Nancy Eichhorn

(Excerpted with permission from Nancy Eichhorn’s article in the Spring 2012 issue of the USABP‘s magazine, “Somatic Psychotherapy Today.”) Visionaries see what has never been seen. Entrepreneurs bring these visions to life.  Teachers impart concepts so others can use them. And Masters? They see what hasn’t been seen, do what hasn’t been done, and embody […]

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“State Of Mind – Healing Trauma” Documentary On PBSP

“STATE OF MIND – HEALING TRAUMA” DOCUMENTARY ON PBSP’S HUMANITARIAN WORK IN THE DR CONGO “State of Mind – Healing Trauma,”  Democratic Republic of Congo 2010, 52 min. A SUKA! Production by Djo Tunda Wa Munga.  “In war torn countries people will not be able to be productive and development will fail until they overcome their trauma. Yet, […]

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