INTAPT CONFERENCE SYDNEY 2015

Expand your Reality at the

Annual INTAPT Conference

Sydney –  October 16th to 18th

Our members will experience a 3 day in-depth exploration of Psychosomatic Therapy applications.  We welcome the general public and anyone interested to join us at our Saturday Open day.  Early bird tickets may be purchased until 30th August. We will be exploring profound insights into the mind-body-soul connection! You can expect a great range of inspiring guest speakers!

Venue: Karstens Conference Centre

111 Harrington St The Rocks

Conference Agendas:

16OCT15 Psychosomatic Conference Agenda

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Here at the INTAPT, we are committed to bringing the magic of mind-body healing to the world. We support our members and the general public in ways that allow them to experience excellence in psychosomatic therapy. As a professional association we have many functions including:

For our Members:

  • Standing as the governance body for professionalism in psychosomatics
  • Providing professional development activities and resources
  • Connecting members with other psychosomatic therapists around the world
  • Promoting recognition of psychosomatic therapy to government and industry bodies
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For the General Public:

  • Connecting people with practitioners and teachers in your area
  • Educating the public about the many health benefits of psychosomatic therapy
  • Networking with other healing modalities

What is Psychosomatic Therapy?

Psychosomatic Therapy is a holistic approach to the prevention and management of human disease based on the bilateral relationship between the mind (psyche) and body (soma).

It involves the systematic analysis of the body’s physiology in terms of its shape, size and structure, which have been determined by an individual’s genetics, environment and emotional state. Face and body analysis techniques enable practitioners to readily identify imbalances in the body, which provide an indication of the client’s repetitive emotional and cognitive behaviours.

All aspects of the physiology are assessed including biomechanical function, quality of muscular tissue, muscle-to-fat ratio, weight distribution, structural symmetry and the particulars of facial features.

How does Psychosomatic Therapy work?

Once areas of stress, tension and discomfort are apparent, the aim of the therapist is to restore mental, emotional and physical balance. A combination of techniques is applied including emotional-release bodywork, counselling, postural alignment, breathing techniques and detailed body-mind analysis and reporting. The practitioner explores the mental, emotional, physical and biological aspects of clients’ overall health and provides them with detailed assessments with practical exercises so they can understand and participate in their own healing process.

What are the benefits of Psychosomatic Therapy?

Psychosomatic Therapy offers holistic healing benefits to clients as it addresses the emotional and physical factors that contribute to overall health and happiness. Clients may include individuals who are experiencing physical ailments, emotional issues or postural problems. Psychosomatics empowers individuals with a deeper understanding of their innate tendencies and the subtle but powerful changes required to achieve greater satisfaction in all aspects of life, including their relationships, occupation and health.

How can I learn PsychosomaticTherapy?

Psychosomatic Therapy compliments other alternative modalities, particularly remedial massage and counselling. Students can enrol in Certificate III, IV and Diploma government-accredited courses in Australia and Canada. Individuals with qualifications in Psychosomatic Therapy can work in a variety of clinical settings, the fitness industry and psychology-based professions.

We promote continuous learning in psychosomatics

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