Dance Movement Psychotherapy
Kimberley Pena M.A. is a registered and licensed Dance Movement Psychotherapist and Mental Health Practitioner specialising in supporting management and recovery of:
- Eating Disorders
- Self Harming Behaviours
- Work Related Stress
- Attachment difficulties within relationships.
Kimberley works in both the NHS mental health services and within her own private practice based in Cheltenham.
Kimberley is passionate about supporting people to find ways to express and understand themselves. It is through this understanding that healing is possible. Dance Movement Psychotherapy supports a re-connection of mind and body towards whole person health. Many of our mental illnesses are experienced directly through the body or subsequently impacted. Kimberley supports the body to support the mind, aware that we are living in society where the mind is overwhelmed on a daily basis.
Dance Movement Psychotherapy is accredited by the Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy UK and is a recognised under U.K.C.P. (United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy).
Kimberley’s practice is an integrative approach with a person centred focus. Her approach allows space for each session to adapt to the needs arising in the space, moving away from 'one size suits all' focus.
Kimberley’s practice is safe confidential space for this unfolding to begin. No experience in dance or movement is required just your presence in the space is enough.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Masters in Dance Movement Psychotherapy University of Roehampton
- National Training for Eating Disorders.
- The Body Mind Approach Foundation Training
- 5 years plus experience of working in the NHS Mental health sector both within both Adult and Child and Adolescent Mental Health services.
- Member of the last therapy team at Dance Voice Bristol. U.K’s Dance Movement Psychotherapy Centre working with people with profound physical and learning difficulties.
- Registered with ADMPUK under UKCP
To contact Kimberley please visit her website.Website: http://www.movingthroughlife.co.uk