PBSP articles by Juliet Grayson

The Magical Marriage: why some people go off sex after eighteen months

By Juliet Grayson.  Published in HealthyNewAge Volume 2 June 2016

This article shows an aspect of Pesso Boyden System Psychotherapy, called a ‘magical marriage’, which can exist between a child and their parent.  In the magical marriage, the parent relies on the child (consciously or unconsciously) – OR – the child feels in some way responsible for the parent.  It is a ‘symbolic’ marriage, and obviously not a literal marriage.  The child is a kind of surrogate spouse, and the child may be filling an emotional void for their mother or father, or they may be (in certain ways) treating each other like partners.  There is no sexual contact or inappropriate physical touch, but the relationship is emotionally incestuous.
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Healing in the Boardroom: A trainer in Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor (PBSP) body-based psychotherapy

Juliet Grayson, explains how PBSP works and why accessing our hidden emotional processes, using the PBSP concept of ‘principals’.   Principles are the associations that we are making between someone in our lives now and a person with similar behaviours from our past.  By working with principles we can transform relationships.  The description in this article is based around a relationship at work, but the same method works with intimate relationships.   Published in the BACP magazine Counselling At Work, Issue 87 Winter 2015 pp 20-26.
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Back to the Root: Healing Potential Sexual Offenders’ Childhood Trauma with Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor

by Juliet Grayson.
This chapter gives a good description of a complete Pesso Boyden System Psychotherapy structure (client session), and also shows how further structures progressed and developed the original work.
This chapter was originally published in a book called Sexual Diversity and Sexual Offending: Research, Assessment and Clinical Treatment,  edited by Glyn Hudson Allez, published by Karnac in 2014, pp51-274, and is reproduced with the kind permission of Karnac Books.
Click here to read the chapter: Back to the Root: Healing Potential Sexual Offenders’ Childhood Trauma with Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor