What Our Students Say
What Therapy students say about the Pesso Boyden method
Pesso Boyden is a totally new way of working with clients – this leads to a rapid mindshift which is powerful and quicker than traditional therapy.
Even if you don’t run entire structures with clients, there are lots of wonderful concepts and ideas that will enrich your understanding of client processes.
Sue Lewis, UKCP registered psychotherapist, supervisor, counselling trainer
Feedback on the Tutors
I value their differences – teaching styles, personalities; different takes on the material but all working towards and committed to teaching what are the essentials of the system.
I’ve had most contact with Juliet and really appreciate her breadth of experience and the many different therapeutic contexts she knows about. I feel she knows me well. I like Sandy’s passion for Pesso Boyden and the way she carries its history somehow. I find her very supportive. I appreciate Sally’s love of language and the meaning of words; something about her technical precision too. I feel understood and appreciated by her.
All three are highly committed, very experienced and always find the best way to help each one in the group to grow as a person and as a therapist.
You are all wonderful!
I like the different styles and occasional differences of opinion.
There is something for everyone and you have enough common ground to make it cohesive.
What students think about the Intervision Groups
Practice, discussion and insights, experience sharing, connection
A real appreciation of the gifts of my peers – how much skill and courage they have – and that they accept me.
I think that allows me to work with what comes up in intervisions.
They’re tremendously valuable for practice; as much hot seat experience as we can and the opportunity to say what puzzles us and to learn from each other.
I’ve sometimes come away a bit demoralised about my progress but it has always led to an important learning discovery.
In the last intervision it was about learning to integrate and accept my vulnerability and becoming conscious of the ways I dissociate from being receptive.