Pat Ogden, PhD
Pat Ogden, PhD, is a psychotherapist, renowned innovator in somatic psychology, and leading expert in working through the body to resolve trauma.
She developed Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, a body-oriented approach to help patients process traumatic memories and manage threat responses. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy was influenced by Pat’s training in gestalt therapy, mindfulness practices, and the Hakomi method.
Pat is the primary author of Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: Interventions for Trauma and Attachment.
Check out a course featuring Pat Ogden, PhD:
The Treating Trauma Master Series
10 CE/CME Credits Available
Working with the Pain of Abandonment
4.25 CE/CME Credits Available
How to Work with the Limbic System to Reverse the Physiological Imprint of Trauma
3.25 CE/CME Credits Available
Expert Strategies for Working with Traumatic Memory
2.75 CE/CME Credits Available
Find out more about how Pat Ogden, PhD works with trauma here:
How to Use the Wisdom of the Body to Heal Trauma
Did you know that the physical patterns of our body not only reflect . .
Addressing White Privilege in a Session
Pat will get into why she addresses her white privilege head on . . .
The Surprising Connection between Posture and Resilience
We can often find clues in their posture . . .
Working with the Body to Release Anxiety
When anxiety strikes, it not only consumes the mind . . .