Integral Somatic Psychology™ (ISP™) is an approach to improve therapeutic outcomes through greater embodiment of all aspects of experience and all levels of the psyche.
Integral Somatic Psychology was developed by Raja Selvam, PhD. It is a comprehensive approach to embodiment based on Western as well as Eastern psychology. It is currently taught in over a dozen countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Integral Somatic Psychology is not another approach to doing therapy. Nor is it a spiritual path. It is a complementary modality developed to increase the effectiveness of psychological work in any therapeutic or spiritual approach.
Integral Somatic Psychology Professional Training is a master training for experienced clinicians to increase clinical effectiveness by fully integrating body, energy, and consciousness into any psychological process. Visit the ISP Professional Training page for detailed information. CE credits are pending for each training module.
“The possibility of embodied integration of many levels of the psyche, and the tremendous synergy such integration offers for improving clinical outcomes, has been a driving force in the spread of ISP to different parts of the globe.”
Raja Selvam, PhD, Founder and Developer of ISP
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