Biodynamic Psychotherapy is a dynamic and vital endeavour. It is a contract between two people where one person in that contract, the biodynamic psychotherapist, undertakes to listen carefully to that which is presented, or omitted (“latent content”) by the client.
Both persons agree to work with this material for the benefit of one person, the client.
It is the conscious and intentionally undertaken commitment to use the psychotherapeutic relationship and structure for the purpose of achieving mutually agreed and workable goals and outcomes for the client.
The biodynamic psychotherapist is non critical and non-judgmental with a therapeutic presence which does not interrupt the client.
This presence supports the full functioning of the client’s own working through abilities on all levels (“midwife” approach).