Somatic psychology explores the reciprocal and inseparable relationship between body and psyche. Its most common techniques include bodywork and movement therapy, which trace their roots to traditional Asian movement practices, such as yoga.
The Somatic Psychology Specialization is one of the few university programs in the world to offer professional training in psychotherapeutic practice from a body-oriented—that is, a somatic—perspective.
- Offers a strong foundation in counseling theory and practice from an integrative, whole-person model
- Curriculum emphasizes the embodiment of personal and cultural beliefs and attitudes
- One of the few Somatic Psychology Master’s level degree programs in the world