IBP Teachers are passionate about their work. After all, it takes a time investment of 800 hours of training and 100 hours of personal therapy to attain the status of Certified Integrative Body Psychotherapy Teacher. IBP students have the benefit of learning from well-trained teachers who are also mental health and allied practitioners.
Dr. Margaret Gayle
Margaret is a Certified Integrative Body Psychotherapy Practitioner and teacher, and is the Director of the Saskatoon IBP Prairie Institute. She holds a doctorate in Psychology from Ryokan College in Los Angeles, and is a California Licensed Psychologist and a Registered Professional Counselor in Canada.
Hans H. Selvog, Ph.D., L.C.S.W.
Clinical & Forensic Social Worker
For the past 30 years, Dr. Hans Selvog developed an expertise in forensic social work, focusing on sentencing advocacy and mitigation development. For much of this same period, as a clinician, he delivered direct therapeutic services to teens and adults. Since 2009, Dr. Selvog became a Certified Integrative Body Psychotherapy practitioner and teacher and currently teaches Psychological Development 1 for the Los Angeles IBP Institute.
Mitchell E. Welch, MTOM
(Master of Traditional Oriental Medicine)
Mitch is a Certified Integrative Body Psychotherapy (IBP) Allied Professional and Teacher. Mitch graduated from Emperor’s College in Los Angeles, California with a Masters Degree in Oriental Medicine. He brings a wonderful passion for IBP and its body-mind focus to his teaching in IBP’s Body 1 workshop.