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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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La Terapia Pesso-Boyden, New Spanish PBSP Book

NEW SPANISH PBSP BOOK, “LA TERAPIA PESSO-BOYDEN” “La Terapia Pesso-Boyden: Para Lograr Una Vida llena De Placer, Satisfacción, Significado Y Conexión.”    By Diane Boyden-Pesso, Lowijs Perquin, Albert Pesso, Translated by Montserrat Foz Casals Primer libro en español con los mejores artículos escritos por los fundadores de la Terapia Pesso-Boyden. Ésta terapia se enseña en mas de […]

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Humanitarian Work In The DR Congo

In 2009 Al Pesso, PBSP Co-Founder, was invited by the German humanitarian agency, GTZ, to come to the Democratic Republic of Congo to adapt PBSP therapy techniques to help victims of the ravages of the war there to recover from years of traumatic stress disorder. Al worked closely with government ministers and health care professionals […]

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