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BodyTalk Access Training for preventive health care in clinics

Nurses, therapists, and doctors in psycho-social contexts are exposed to high levels of stress. They work with patients who need a lot of care and attention. In addition, since the pandemic, medical professionals have been under much more psychological strain than before. ‘Are stressed doctors the depressed patients of tomorrow?’ asks the German Medical Journal in an article about overloaded medical professionals.

BodyTalk can be easily integrated
into everyday hospital life

Relaxation methods are the first choice for calming the autonomic nervous system and strengthening one's own resources. However, there is often little time in daily work routines to practice techniques like yoga or autogenic training. BodyTalk Access Training is a good alternative. The techniques stimulate the body's ability to self-regulate and the exercises can be practiced individually or in groups in a few minutes, during breaks alone or with a team. 


BodyTalk Access Training leads to inner calm and concentration. This can positively influence communications within a team as well as the work with patients. A good relationship with patients supports the course of the therapy and thus the success of treatment.

Successful stress prevention
in neuropsychiatry

On behalf of the Clinic for Psychiatric Rehabilitation in Ettelbrück/Luxembourg (Centre Hospitalier Neuro-Psychiatrique, CHNP) and within the framework of the further training programme for stress prevention, I repeatedly and successfully teach the BodyTalk Access Training to medical staff. The participants benefit not only from the relaxing effect of BodyTalk, they also apply what they have learned in their therapy groups.

Bring BodyTalk to your clinic!

Are you interested in offering BodyTalk to your staff as a preventive health measure? Then include the BodyTalk Access Training in your training offer. In one day, or two half-days if desired, participants will learn five simple BodyTalk techniques. The exercises are fun and promote team spirit.


I am looking forward to your inquiry.

Experience from experts

K. de Kroon took the BodyTalk Access Training. She manages an ambulatory psychiatric care service.

"I use BodyTalk with some of our psychiatric patients.

The techniques have helped calm down their mental swings,

and they can focus better. I have become more patient and can take decisions more easily. BodyTalk has really captivated me and I wish that many people in our clinic would learn the technique

and use it."

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The renowned oncologist Dr Kelly A. Turner, who holds a doctorate from the University of California Berkeley, dedicates her book ‘Radical Remission’ to the spontaneous healing of cancer – known as radical remission in technical jargon. In a personal and moving story, she presents therapies and methods that positively influence the healing process of serious diseases – the BodyTalk System  is one of them. I wrote a review (PDF)  of the New York Times bestseller for the International BodyTalk Association. Turner's book is not only a great inspiration for BodyTalk Therapists - it is an ode to the uniqueness of life and encourages us to face it again and again with joy and gratitude.

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