Releasing the grip of the past
An ongoing three part experiential group
working with Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor
A powerful mind/body therapy
with Adrian Longstaffe and Tom Corbishley
In Bristol 2024
When are the workshops?
April 20–21 2024, July 6-7 2024, October 12-13 2024
9:30 AM – 6 PM ( finish time approximate)
How much does it cost?
Cost: £255 per two-day workshop
Earlybird discount: book six weeks before – £199
Sign up (with deposit) for all three and get special £190 per workshop rate.
Tea and coffee are provided, but please bring lunch for yourself.
Who are the facilitators?
Dr Adrian Longstaffe
PhD BVetMed MRCVS MBACP
Adrian has worked as a teacher in more than six careers including veterinary science, dance, choreography, acting training and learning technology. He graduated as a psychotherapist in 2000 and has led the internationally famous personal development workshop “The Mastery” since 2005. He also leads his own workshop “Selves in Action” which is based on subpersonality theory and includes elements of Pesso Boyden psychomotor. He gained the Diploma in Leadership of the Institute for Creativity in 2003. His most recent training has been in PBSP to which he adds experience in a number of other psychotherapeutic paradigms.including Psychosynthesis, Voice Dialogue, Imagework, Family Systems Therapy and Psychodrama.
Tom is an accredited UKCP psychotherapist (Reg. No. 2011164553) and an accredited COSRT psychosexual and relationship therapist (Membership No. 3018). He was trained in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor at the PBSP UK Training Institute. In 2019 Tom was the inaugural recipient of the Lowijs Perquin Memorial Award which is given annually to acknowledge efforts made by individuals within the UK PBSP community. Tom’s particular area of interest is how the experiences of our formative years can shape our way of perceiving, and being, in the world today.
He runs a busy private practice in Hertfordshire.
In a small, safe group of up to eight people we will work with this gentle and powerful system. The method is very structured and safe, it follows the client completely and is very respectful. People can make profound changes and have major insights.
Each workshop day, up to 4 people can have a turn at a ‘structure’ (client session). The structures can resonate with and provide great value to all the participants. If we can, we will be offering two-day workshops to accommodate more structures.
All workshops are conducted in line with the ethical framework provided by the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists.