ROSEN METHOD IN THE PRESS
...What fans say: "I've had psychotherapy in the past, which can be quite heavy," says Jacqui, 46. "But with the Rosen Method, the combination of being physically held and the gentle dialogue with my therapist led to a very natural release of emotions. Feelings of sorrow and disappointment welled up, and I was surprised to realise I was still holding onto sadness about not having a second child - something I thought I'd dealt with. Over several sessions with my therapist, Annabelle Apsion, I processed those emotions and feel I've now released them completely. The Rosen Method has also helped me become physically and emotionally less inhibited." -- Natural Beauty Magazine
...I'm normally quite reserved with new people, but the experience of physical touch gave an intimacy that meant I spontaneously opened up. I found myself verbalising feelings I'm rarely aware of, and explaining them in ways I'd never considered before. It was really liberating.
Rosen Method is not considered to be psychotherapy as such, but I found the experience like an accelerated, painless psychotherapy session. Afterwards, I felt purged and couldn't stop grinning. Even as I walked home in the rain with no umbrella, I felt elated - spiritually and physically light - while knowing I also had several major issues to think through. The feeling of lightness and thoughtfulness continued throughout the next day and beyond. I was also aware of a slight ache in my hips, and felt I was walking more loosely..." -- Cath Francis, Health And Fitness Magazine
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