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17 Jul

The Embodied Coach

This course is offered by Agape Belgium


The Embodied Coach: Reading the Movement, Understanding the Expression

‘The Embodied Coach: Laban Movement Analysis – Reading the movement, understanding the expression’ is a training in body-oriented interventions for coaches, care providers & therapists

What is covered in this training?

From the body point of view, we explore the value of body awareness, stress regulation, dealing with emotions and feelings, charging, discharging, dealing with anger, enjoying and more. Laban Movement Analysis belongs to analytical body-oriented psychotherapy.

Given the number of burn and bore outs, the incredibly high number of long-term sick people and the feeling of hunger that can be found even now in children, our current mental health care is finally paying more attention to the interaction between body and mind.

There is a growing demand for concrete and substantiated embodied sciences, techniques and methodologies from the police, mental health care, addiction care, the coaching world, physiotherapists and other professional groups. The knowledge of Laban Movement Analysis teaches you to read a body in motion and to use this knowledge in therapy.

This course is for you if …:

  • Your heart beats for working with people and for involving the body in your works. You have an affinity and interest in this.
  • You work as a care provider, therapist, psychotherapist, coach, psychologist, trainer, doctor or in a care setting as a motivated future body worker. As long as you work with people, in teams or within organizations, where you see opportunities to use body-oriented work.
  • You have already experienced and deepened body-oriented therapy yourself and can express from this personal experience what the added value for you is of body-oriented work.
  • You are already under supervision or you are willing to find a supervisor to assist you during (and after) this training.
  • You have assistance qualities. In other words, you can use work methods in a result-oriented manner and you can reflect methodically.
  • You are prepared to do an intake consisting of: writing a motivation letter, indicating examples of body-oriented work and reading professional literature.
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