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Natural and effective approaches to embodied living

for the treatment of stress and trauma

Hello and welcome! 


Unresolved stress and past trauma can have a disruptive effect on our emotional, mental and physical health. It can cause many confusing symptoms, including difficulties with feeling at ease with oneself, emotional pain and trouble 'switching off'. It may sometimes feel as if episodes from the past keep recurring. 

Therapies using the body have been shown to enhance our ability to process past difficulties and increasing self-regulation after disruptive events.


Stress and trauma 'live on' through the response of the autonomic nervous system, so by learning how to make use of the body's innate abilities to come back to balance after powerful experiences, we can increase our sense of wellbeing and gently expand on our capabilities once more. 


'Trauma is in the nervous system, not in the event.'

Dr Peter Levine PhD, Founder of Somatic Experiencing

My name is Kate Grant and I am an integrative body psychotherapist (EABP accredited).

I combine Bodynamic psychotherapy with my training as a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and Comprehensive Resource Model (a holistic psycho-biological approach to trauma resolution). I recently completed training in another powerful neurobiological modality, Deep Brain Reorienting, with founder Dr Frank Corrigan.

I am also a trained yoga teacher (Scaravelli-inspired; trauma-sensitive). 


I have a background in the performing arts and arts education and view the creative and therapeutic processes as mutually enriching experiences.


If you would like to discuss or find out more about what I offer, feel free to email me in confidence at


I look forward to supporting you in taking your next steps forward to greater wellbeing...





Please note that my waiting list is currently full and so I am not taking on new clients at this time. 
Please click the green website links below, which all have practitioner lists for SE, CRM and Bodynamic.

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