Sarah Rosella

Body Psychotherapy (Biodynamic)


Treatment Costs and time length of session

Sessions last one hour and cost £60. I accept cash and bank transfer


Concessionary rates?: 

I have a small number of concessionary rates for students and low income clients. Please contact me to discuss


Diploma in Biodynamic Psychotherapy London School of Biodynamic Psychotherapy (LSBP).
Registered member of the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP)


Preferred method of contact and details:

Telephone and text:    07815 535156





What is it?

Body Psychotherapy is particularly supportive for early developmental trauma because it works with non-verbal body based memory.

I am able to use direct touch and a form of massage that works to bring the autonomic nervous system into balance. Problems that would normally be taken into Psychotherapy such as anxiety, depression, OCD, high levels of stress and overwhelm are so welcome in my practice, as well as physically presenting symptoms that appear to have a relationship to how you are feeling, or times of acute health crisis.

I believe psychotherapy can connect us to our inherent capacity for joy and well being, as well as offering support in times of challenge.

Anything shared in the sessions is held in strict confidence, and I abide by my governing body code of ethics.


Personal Bio:
I have been a UKCP registered Psychotherapist for 11 years and involved with Biodynamic Psychotherapy as a client and student for over 30 years. I have a deep personal investment in my own soul healing,  and this approach has given me a profound homecoming to an embodied way of living.
Governing body:
“Biodynamic psychotherapy is the life work of Gerda Boyesen (1922 – 2005), the Norwegian psychologist and physiotherapist. It is based on a profound appreciation of the oneness of a person’s body/mind/spirit, and integrates an enormously broad range of methods, addressing body and mind as one. We work not only with talking, but also with movements – both subtle and strong – and with many levels of ‘hands-on’ work, as well as with meditative and sensory awareness.”
Clover Southwell, 2001