A Biodynamic Approach
Welcome to my website, wholesoul.co.uk. I am Laura Irvine, a Biodynamic Psychotherapist.
I work with people who intuitively appreciate the body as a route to and resource for wellbeing.
The Biodynamic Approach is rooted in physiology, psychology and psychoanalytic thinking, as well as informed by an holistic understanding of trauma and how to work towards unravelling its effects. Working in this way can also lead to natural experiences of what it means to have a soul, to incarnate, and inklings as to the fundamental and deep-rooted living nature of consciousness.
Biodynamic Therapy and the Resources you find here, recognise the functional, fluid, and cyclical nature of emotion; and the need to differentiate, call out and stop that which interferes with this. By applying this integrity to each person, we recognise that all life around us is whole, according to itself. And we begin to restore our original relationships with others, inspire healthier communities and to deeply respect and sustain our ecosystems.
Laura is a licensed Biodynamic Psychotherapist, has been practising for over 25 years, and her practice is registered as a Biodynamic Clinic, with the Institute of Biodynamic Medicine (IOBM). Laura is a Fellow of IOBM and offers Supervision, Group Leadership and Subject Teaching. Information on IOBM is available at www.biodynamic.org.
Author of The Biodynamic Field : Four Papers and a Manifesto, Laura holds a degree in Experimental Psychology and has worked in research, publishing, community television, community development and mental health.
‘When we reside intimately in our bodies – when we take the time to honour our true and primary nature – we can come home to ourselves – and bring a new order, a living coherence, to our bodies and our world.
I am privileged to work in the field of Biodynamic Psychology which can bring us back to our most essential feelings and depth.
If you choose to work with me, I aim to meet you in a real place of embodied experience where you can be yourself and be seen without judgement.’