How to bring Extrasensory experiences into therapy

with Ditte Marcher

Overview: This four-day training focuses on integrating extrasensory experiences into therapeutic practices. It addresses the common reluctance clients have in discussing these experiences due to fears of judgment, fear of being crazy or self-doubt. The workshop aims to shine light on these experiences, discussing ways to initiate conversations, recognize their occurrence, and utilize them constructively in therapy. We will also investigate how traumas and extrasensory experiences are often connected.

Key Features:

  • Lectures: Insights into understanding and approaching extrasensory experiences in therapy.
  • Exercises: Techniques to open the field and use body exercises for client integration.
  • Strategies: Ideas on incorporating these experiences into therapeutic processes.
  • Skill Development: Differentiating between intuition and fear.

Target Audience:

  • Therapists
  • Social Workers
  • Professionals in the Psychiatric System

Recording Access: Participants will have access to the recordings for 3 months.

Prerequisites: None


  • Normal Price: €800
  • Early Bird Price: €500 (Valid until March 4, 2024)

Venue: Online via Zoom

Date: April 4-7, 2024

Time: CET 10:00-17:00 CET

Registration: Please contact Yorgos Piaditis at

Supervision Hours: Workshop qualifies for 2 Group Supervision hours for Bodynamic Practitioners

Meet your Trainer: Ditte Marcher

Ditte Marcher is a remarkable individual whose work in the field of Bodynamic somatic Psychology has inspired and transformed countless lives. As the founder of the bodynamic shock trauma training and veteran training she is the driving force behind the Bodynamic system, Ditte has dedicated her life to helping people heal from trauma, develop greater self-awareness, and access their full potential.

What sets Ditte apart is her unwavering commitment to empowering others. With a deep understanding of the mind-body connection, she has developed an approach that recognizes the unique interplay between our physical, emotional, and psychological states. By combining psychotherapy with bodywork and movement techniques, Ditte has created a powerful methods that allows people to access the wisdom and insights of their own bodies, and to tap into their innate capacity for healing and growth.

But Ditte’s impact extends far beyond her groundbreaking work in Bodynamic Somatic Psychology. Throughout her career, she has served as a mentor, teacher, and guide to countless individuals, helping them to develop their own skills and abilities as therapists and healers. Her infectious passion and boundless enthusiasm for the work she does have inspired many to follow in her footsteps and pursue their own paths of healing and service.

Whether she is working one-on-one with clients, leading workshops and trainings around the world, or simply sharing her wisdom and insights with those around her, Ditte embodies the very essence of inspiration. Her unwavering commitment to helping others heal and grow is a testament to the transformative power of compassion, courage, and dedication.