41 minutes | Nov 30th 2020

Kathrin Stauffer talks about emotional neglect and the adult in therapy

Kathrin Stauffer, PhD, is a Body and Integrative Psychotherapist who was born and educated in Switzerland. She was originally trained as a biochemist, but became more and more interested in describing the human organism from a subjective rather than an objective point of view, and thus retrained as a body psychotherapist. She works in private practice in Cambridge, offering individual psychotherapy, biodynamic massage, EMDR and supervision for psychotherapists, counsellors and complementary therapists. She has taught Anatomy and Physiology at various institutions including the London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy, and counselling at Hills Road.

We were fortunate to have a chat about her work and we also feature a chapter from her new book, Emotional Neglect and the Adult in Therapy: Lifelong Consequences to a Lack of Early Attunement.

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