Psycho-Organic Analysis

Psycho-Organic Analysis was initially founded in the 70’s by Paul Boyesen, drawing from the approach of the biodynamic psychology, and based on the works of Jung and Reich’s. POA integrates core concepts of psychoanalysis and accounts for the bodily felt sensation and experiences because the person’s experience is a constant interaction between body and psyche. The aim of POA is to help the individual reach a level of acceptance of themselves and then change as much as they want or are capable of by acknowledging their deepest needs and desires and be able to express them in a secure place, understand their behaviour, emotion and relationships with others, work on past painful experiences, be aware and realise their place in their family history and environment. POA offers a wide a diverse range of therapeutic methods and tools through verbalization, body work, imagination and examination of psychotherapeutic relationships.