Gentle Healing of Mind and Body – Nurturing the Soul
The Institute of Biodynamic Medicine Ltd (IOBM) – formerly the Gerda Boyesen International Institute of Biodynamic Psychology and Psychotherapy Ltd (GBII) – and its clinical arm The Biodynamic Clinic, have transformed the lives of many people by helping them to restore their natural health, peace of mind and emotional well-being.
Clinical Psychologist Gerda Boyesen (1922-2005) established a new branch of knowledge known as Biodynamic Psychology and Psychotherapy – a biological and psychological approach to understanding health and wellbeing. Through the work of IOBM – Gerda Boyesen’s theories and practices have been applied in the new and wider field of Biodynamic Medicine.
This means that In addition to our biodynamic psychology and psychotherapy work we also treat a range of physical and mental health symptoms and conditions in accordance with biodynamic knowledge. The biodynamic philosophy brings new understandings and subsequent resolution for many biological and psychological upsets and brings peace to body, mind, spirit and soul.
Medicine is defined as the ‘art of healing’.
‘Biodynamic Medicine’ is defined as the art of healing in accordance with biodynamic principles. Based upon the emerging evidence base for long established biodynamic practices, IOBM is committed to the wider application of these methods and to the development of new protocols to grow the field of Biodynamic Medicine.
Biodynamic knowledge has a crucial role to play in the evolution of evidence based biodynamic health services to effectively address our 21st century health and life challenges with comfort and grace.
Good Practice and Research
Working complementary to and along side the medical model, biodynamic therapies are carefully adapted to individual needs, as well as being informed by established and developing protocols. Our work is constantly evolving and ways are being found to monitor and further evaluate the effectiveness of biodynamic treatments through physiological bio-markers, tools to measure psychological well-being, and bio-physical assessments.
Introduction to Biodynamic Massage
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