IBP Training Therapy
Have you been to a therapist or a doctor who tells you to take care of yourself when they obviously don’t?
Personally, I only like to learn or take advice from people who “walk their talk”.
I want you to know another truth…a mental health practitioner, or for that matter, a medical doctor, or a teacher can only really guide you as much as they’ve treated themselves.
Shockingly, many practitioners have gone through the deep emotional work necessary to be able to take you through your deep emotional work.
It’s no wonder clients and patients don’t comply with much of the treatment advice given by health providers of all types.
IBP Mental Health and Allied Professional students must complete 100 hours of their own personal therapy with a certified IBP Training Therapist prior to graduating and becoming certified as an IBP practitioner.
I have had 20 years of extensive training at the Los Angeles Central Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP). I am proud to be a certified IBP practitioner, teacher, and training therapist. IBP is the most comprehensive therapeutic training and model a therapist can have. It makes practitioners very efficient and effective in their therapeutic work with clients.
Here’s what others are saying:
“I’ve gone through years of talk therapy and never gone as deep as I have in only a few sessions with Dr. Gayle.”
“I am learning how to let go of negative messages and patterns of thought that have plagued my life – keeping me a victim. I am learning to nurture and feed my soul through tuning into what takes care of me rather than engaging in repetitive self-harming and addictive behaviours.”
“I have had the pleasure and benefit of working with Dr. Gayle for the past year beginning when I lived in Calgary. I was so grateful to be able to continue my sessions online after I moved away, but truthfully, I was concerned it just wouldn’t be the same. To my very pleasant surprise, my online sessions are different but no less valuable. The online platform actually enhances the sessions because of the close face to face interaction. Whether in person or online, the most important thing to me was, and is, to continue my process of self-discovery with Dr. Gayle’s body-mind approach.”