These training workshops in Radix BodyPsychotherapy - available in the UK for the first time in decades - are right for you if you work with people to promote
personal growth and healing, or if you wish to deepen your own personal growth through
a body-centred modality.
You can take the Introductory Modules of the Radix Institute Training Program in any order.
This workshop goes deeper into the understanding and application of the basic concepts to oneself and to others.
It presents the perspective of seeing the body as the doorway to intervention, Reclaiming the Body, Acceptance and Personal Empowerment, and Grounding the Body and Restoring Contact
• Reading the Body
• Understanding the body’s pulsatory flow that underlies the processes of thinking, feeling and action.
• Facilitating the pulsation and working with interruptions in the pulsatory flow
• Facilitating a body based process model
• Working with the eyes as a key process in ensuring there is someone ‘present’ in the body
• Integrating interventions through the ocular segment.
• Contact and Contactlessness
• Patterns of pulsation and energy levels
Narelle McKenzie, M.A.: Director and Senior Trainer of the Australian Radix Training Centre and of The Radix Institute in North America. Narelle completed her training with the Radix Institute in 1982 and established a private psychology and psychotherapy practice in Australia. After completing her trainer training she co-founded the Australian Radix Training Centre. Narelle is a registered psychologist with thirty years experience working in private practice with adults, adolescents, families, couples and groups.
Melissa Lindsay, PsyD, has been a Radix Practitioner since 1995, and a trainer with the USA Radix Institute since 2008. She has a Master of Counseling degree with a humanistic orientation, Certification in Gestalt Therapy, and a Doctor of Psychology degree. Melissa maintains a private practice in Hawaii, working from a body-centered orientation with a broad range of issues, and specializing in trauma and dissociation.