Psychosynthesis is a holistic form of psychotherapy, which addresses body, feelings, mind and spirituality. What at first appears to be an unmanageable crisis may hold the key for positive change. For example, as a result of therapy a client may uncover deeply buried feelings such as compassion and joy, discover or renew a sense of purpose in life and find unique ways of expressing their own true nature.
The Institute of Psychosynthesis was established in 1973 with the support of the Italian founder of Psychosynthesis, Roberto Assagioli. Through the training of professionals, research, publishing, the provision of counselling and psychotherapy services to the general public, the Institute puts into practice the principles of psychosynthesis. The Institute is a full member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) operating within UKCP and BACP.