This website is a space to offer insight into Kimberley’s clinical practice of Dance Movement Psychotherapy; a practice which focuses on the integration of mind and body to bring awareness to our whole self as we move through life.
Dance Movement Psychotherapy creates space for the body to be recognized and listened to as well as the mind, working with the whole self, not just ‘symptoms’.
As well as a registered practitioner Kimberley is also a Wellbeing presenter and host, advocating and promoting whole person health.
Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist, Specialist Mental Health Practitioner and Dance Artist. Registered with ADMPUK and UKCP.
My practice is a humanistic, integrated approach drawing from Psychodynamic, Gestalt, Person-Centered and developmental theories of psychotherapy.
No previous dance experience is required, only a curiosity to explore moving the body into new ways of being. The therapeutic space is a safe confidential space for this exploration to unfold.
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‘I’m feeling much better. It’s like I’ve just had a big cry to exactly the right kind of nurturing friend and been able to voice exactly what I was feeling with eloquence, even though I’ve done nothing of the sort. It’s cathartic. I can’t even imagine how valuable a properly administered course of therapy like this would be to someone in the midst of a seriously dark struggle.’
‘Kimberley has been the first person who I have had this experience with and it has helped me at a very difficult time’
‘Kimberley has helped me move toward a very positive happy place. I am hugely grateful to her for all her warmth, time and effort.’
‘Through her we grew closer and learned to trust one another. We were more aware of our feelings and how to release them.’
‘Kimberley interviewed me for a conference and she made me feel totally at ease and relaxed. In fact, her style was so compassionate that I felt completely safe to open up even more than I’d planned about more own story and challenges with mental health and insomnia’. Dr Nerina Ramlakhan, Author and Sleep expert.