Psychotherapy


through movement

Client Reflections


Little Flame Burning Bright

A reflection from a 22 year old actress. Thank you for guiding me through a truly wonderful, enlightening, sensitive and profound emotional and physical exploration of past traumas, repercussions and how those have shaped me. […]

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A Complete Change in My Life

A testimonial received from a 22 year old female client a year after ending therapy.   “I can’t begin to thank you, Jenni, for everything that has changed in my life. At the end of […]

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Body Image Workshop Feedback

Feedback from women and girls who have participated in workshops exploring Body Image and Self-Esteem.

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Skills to move forward

A testimonial received from a 17 year old adolescent female who was in movement psychotherapy for 10 months: “I cannot describe to you how much better I feel in general than I did when I […]

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Forest Sunshine

I am generally a lot happier

“Jenni helped me to control my emotions and understand the reasons behind these emotions. My life now seems a lot clearer and I am generally a lot happier.” This was received from a 17 year […]

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Dancing Shadow

Going to the heart of the matter

A testimonial received from a former female client age 43.   “Doing movement therapy with Jenni I felt immediately engaged in working directly with my emotions, going to the heart of the matter very quickly. […]

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Stony Beach

What is important about Movement Psychotherapy for Adolescents?

“What has been important to you in this group and what do you feel you have received from being part of this weekly session?” This question was asked in the final session of an adolescent […]

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