Archive for May 2014

Dr Janina Fisher

Character Strategies (Part Two) – ‘Sensitive-Withdrawn’ And ‘Sensitive-Emotional’ – Dr Janina Fisher’s Insights

By Penny Boreham, Intake ManagerThis is the second of our series of blogs on ‘Character Strategies’. I am very grateful to Dr Janina Fisher, world expert on the treatment of trauma and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute faculty member, who is joining me to reflect on how these strategies can assist therapists to find appropriate therapeutic interventions […]

Dr Janina Fisher

Janina Fisher Workshop

Traumatic Attachment and Co-Regulation: the Neurobiology of Relationship by Dr Janina Fisher Columbia Hotel, Bayswater, London. 26th, 27th January 9.00am to 5.00pm This event was recorded and is available for sale on DVD or memory stick from Whole Being Films   “Well done Khiron house team, well organized. So inspired by Janina’s wisdom, empathetic clear […]

Mastering the Chi

Inspiration and Reflection – Part Six

by Penny Boreham, Intake Manager In this series of blogs – Inspiration and Reflection, members of staff at Khiron House are choosing and sharing the words of an inspiring thinker/writer/practitioner who has made an impact on them and encouraged them to reflect more deeply on the work they do. Today, Khiron House’s Tai Chi teacher, […]

Dr Janina Fisher

‘Character strategies’ (Part One) – Dr Janina Fisher’s insights

by Penny Boreham, Intake Manger Over the next few weeks we will be exploring some of the fascinating intricasies of Pat Ogden’s ‘Character strategies’ and hearing from the eminent Sensorimotor therapist and trainer, Dr Janina Fisher, about how observing and reflecting deeply about these strategies can assist therapists to find appropriate therapeutic interventions for their […]

Horris Hill

Denied The Chance To Love: Examples Of Abuse In British Boarding Schools

By Benjamin Fry There has been a huge response in the press to the journalist Alex Renton’s courageous article about examples of abuse in british boarding schools, which you can read here: Abuse in British boarding schools – why I had to confront my demons He was writing about his experiences at Ashdown Prep School and […]

Inspiration and Reflection – Part Five

By Penny Boreham, Intake Manager In this series of blogs – Inspiration and Reflection, members of staff at Khiron House are choosing and sharing the words of an inspiring thinker/writer/practitioner who has made an impact on them and encouraged them to reflect more deeply on the work they do. Today our Yoga teacher, Anita Lewis, who […]