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Shoshi Asheri

Shoshi Asheri is a psychotherapist, clinical supervisor and teacher. She is a tutor on the MA at the Minster Centre for Integrative Psychotherapy and other psychotherapeutic organisations in the UK and Israel. She was a member of the training director's team at the Chiron Centre for Body Psychotherapy. She is a founding member of the Relational School UK and a member of its Executive Committee.

The application of Embodied Relationality as a force of change both in and out of the consulting room has been a central subject of enquiry in her teaching, writing and presentations. Her latest publication is: 'Stepping into the Void of Dissociation: A Therapist and A Client in Search of a Meeting Place' in ed. (2013) J. Yellin & O. Badouk Epstein 'Terror Within and Without; Attachment and Disintegration; Clinical Work on the Edge'. She has a private practice in London where she works with individuals, couples and groups.
Dr Neil Altman


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Embodied Approaches to Psychotherapy
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Advances in Relational Psychotherapy
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