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SPI Approved Consultants

SPI Approved Consultants provide consultation to SPI alumni on the integration of SP interventions and concepts in clinical practice. They are Certified in SP, have completed a 20-hour consultation program, and have met specific criteria. SPI Approved Consultants complete professional development to maintain their status.

Mary-Choi-LICSW, LCSW-C

Mary Choi

LICSW, LCSW-C

Mary Choi, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, (she, her, hers) is an experienced clinical social worker in private practice in Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Her current practice focuses on adults who have experienced trauma, and she incorporates a variety of psychodynamic and somatic approaches in her work, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and EMDR. As a second generation Asian American, Mary is passionate about community-based change and has co-facilitated workshops and provided consultation on race equity and social justice with Baltimore Racial Justice Action (BRJA). In addition to her work in private practice, she has experience in a variety of community-based mental health settings (including in home therapy, intensive outpatient programs, and community mental health clinics) working with children, adolescents, adults, groups, and families.
Mary is an educator and consultant. Her clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, attachment, relationships, consciousness, and culture. She believes strongly in the possibility of change and in the importance of community, and she enjoys teaching and supporting other therapists in their journeys.
She offers individual and group consultation, both in person and online, with a focus on the experiential elements of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Contact Information:
Mary Choi, LICSW, LCSW-C
2029 P Street, NW, Suite 202
Washington, D.C. 20036
and
3355 St. John’s Ln., Suite F
Ellicott City, MD, 21042
Phone: 443-345-9862
marychoi.therapy@gmail.com

Meet Mary
Nancy-Christie-RP, Certified Advanced Practitioner Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Nancy Christie

RP, Certified Advanced Practitioner Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Nancy Christie is a Registered Psychotherapist. She has been a psychotherapist in private practice for over thirty years. Nancy has a special interest in trauma, parenting, adolescents, prenatal/postpartum psychology and somatic psychotherapy. She runs experiential psycho-educational groups as support to those in therapy.

Nancy's background in dance therapy, movement education, child and youth work, and childbirth education has informed her work as a psychotherapist. Nancy shares that experience as a mother and grandmother, including grandchildren with autism, has taught her humility and a sense of humour. She continues to learn and to dance in her mature years.

Contact Information:
Nancy Christie, RP
170 The Donway West, suite 404
North York, Ontario
Canada M3C 2G3
Phone: 416.691.3768
nancychristie1@gmail.com

Meet Nancy
Jayne-Dean-LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S

Jayne Dean

LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S

Jayne Dean, LMFT, LADC, RPT-S, brings 30 years of psychotherapy experience working with adults, couples, children and families and maintains a practice in Hartford, CT. Jayne is a clinical supervisor, teacher/guide/mentor and life-long student. Jayne completed her SP Consultation training in September 2018, after being certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in 2016. She values embodied, playful learning and is committed to integrating body-based modalities into psychotherapy and clinical supervision. She offers in-person and web-based individual and small group consultation. Over the years, Jayne has refined her approach to healing and transformation through movement, dance, yoga and somatic psychotherapy. In addition to her clinical practice, Jayne is Kripalu Yoga Teacher (RYT-200), an Unnata® aerial yoga instructor and a Shake Your Soul®: the Yoga of Dance instructor.

Contact Information:
Jayne Dean, LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S
664 Prospect Ave., 2nd Floor
Hartford, CT 06105
860‐233‐4830 Ext. 6
jayne@jaynedean.com
westhartfordcounselingcenter.com

Meet Jayne
Lori-Hickman-LPC

Lori Hickman

LPC

My name is Lori Hickman and I am from Anchorage, Alaska and am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am also a State of Alaska LPC board approved supervisor. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth in 1998 and with my Master's of Science in Counseling Psychology in 2003. I am a trained EMDR therapist. I started my journey with Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in November 2013. I completed my Certification level on March 2018 in Los Angeles, CA.

I work primarily in my practice with adolescents and adults. I provide individual, family, and couples therapy. I have co-facilitated a Sensorimotor and Yoga group as well. Much of my practice is working with individuals who have experienced trauma and/or attachment trauma and suffer from depression and anxiety. I find that I often turn to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and EMDR therapy in my practice and have found that these modalities to be very effective in helping individuals with their healing.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time doing a lot of activities with my family, including racquetball, handball, soccer, baseball, and snowboarding. I also enjoy my time with my dog Mabel. I love being outdoors, traveling, reading, and playing games with friends.

Contact Information:
Lori Hickman, LPC
Phone: 907‐344‐2500(message only)
innerwisdomreflections@gmail.com

Meet Lori
Janice-Meilach-MEd, RP, CSP

Janice Meilach

MEd, RP, CSP

Janice Meilach, MEd, RP, CSP is a Registered Psychotherapist who has been practising for 30 years in Toronto, Canada. She is a trauma and attachment specialist who became a Certified Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in 2011. She successfully completed
the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute Approved Consultant Program in 2018.

Janice originally trained as an occupational therapist in 1984 and worked in hospitals in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry before obtaining a Masters degree in Adult Education at the University of Toronto in 1992. Janice attended a one-day workshop with Pat Ogden in Toronto in 2003 and knew that this holistic body-centred approach to resolving trauma held in the body offered the transformation and potential for healing that she had been looking for.

Janice has a thriving private practice where she provides individual therapy and consultation to therapists. She also teaches and has taught counselling, psychotherapy and group work both at the community college and university level, supervised psychotherapy students and
therapists, and assisted in all three levels of the sensorimotor training programs.

Janice is well-versed in the social determinants of health and provides consultation to groups in community-based health agencies and family health teams. She is also a certified Vanda Scaravelli-inspired trained yoga teacher (RYT-750) who specializes in yoga for trauma and regularly teaches at a downtown yoga studio. Outside of work Janice enjoys gatherings with friends and family, plays saxophone in a jazz band, meditates, practices yoga, swims and cycles.

She is excited about guiding and collaborating with SP therapists as they continue to develop their competency and knowledge. Janice offers in-person and web-based individual and small group SP consultation.

Contact Information:
Janice Meilach MEd., RP, CSP
204 St. George Street,
Toronto, ON
Canada M5R 2N5
janice@janicemeilach.com
www.janicemeilach.com

Meet Janice
Jan-Ohm-RP, CSP

Jan Ohm

RP, CSP

I came to body-oriented work through my love of movement. I am a 30 yr. practitioner and teacher of Tai Chi Chuan, martial arts and mindful movement. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy offered me a way to bring together the lived experience of the body with my psychodynamic underpinning. In private practice since 1993, my journey with SP began in 2005 and I was so enthusiastic about the method, I became a training liaison for Toronto, Canada, where we now have a thriving SP community. I am currently the owner and Clinical Director of WellSpace Trauma Therapy Clinic in Toronto. We offer Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Neurofeedback, Neurostimulation and Sensorimotor-based Group Therapy for survivors of Trauma, Developmental Trauma and Dissociative Disorders. I maintain a thriving clinical practice, teach, supervise and continue to study as a Neurotherapist. I am thrilled to be recognized as a Sensorimotor Consultant and look forward to supporting other SP practitioners on their journey!

Contact Information:
Jan Ohm RP, CSP
WellSpace Trauma Therapy Clinic
908 Bathurst Street, Toronto ON
Canada M5R 3G3
jan@torontotherapists.ca

Meet Jan
Barbara-Phillips-PhD, LICSW

Barbara Phillips

PhD, LICSW

Barbara Phillips, PhD, LICSW is a psychotherapist, consultant, and advocate for the integration of body, emotion, and the mind. A Certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist (2008); SPI- approved Consultant; and L-3 Certification Coach (NYC, Boston, Kansas City, UK to date), Barbara is also the Boston Organizer/SPI trainings liaison whose outreach includes a yearly SPI informational presence at Bessel van der Kolk’s International Psychological Trauma Conference and presentations on the following topics: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Approach to the Treatment of Trauma: Embodying the Foundational Principles (Harvard Divinity School); Three Storytellers in Search of a Author (Harvard Grand Rounds); An Insider/Outsider Account of Reaching Out to Shame; Deconstructing Shame: A Multi-Perspective Approach (NASW Biennial Symposia), and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: A Body/Mind Talk Therapy for the Treatment of Trauma (Guest speaker: BC Colloquium Series; Cambridge Hospital). Dr. Phillips has also taught Adult Psychological Trauma (Boston College SSW Gradate Program) and served as Dissertation Chair (Psy.D. Program, JFK University College of Graduate and Professional Studies). Barbara is a past president of NESTTD and Board member for 10 years. She has a private practice in Arlington, MA. where she also consults to individuals and groups on the use of somatic interventions in trauma treatment.

Contact Information:
Barbara Phillips, PhD, LICSW
259 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02474
phillipsba@aol.com

Meet Barbara
Pam-Sobo-Psy.D.

Pam Sobo

Psy.D.

Pam Sobo, Psy.D. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I have over 20 years of clinical experience working with people coping with depression, anxiety, trauma and attachment issues. Many of my patients are healing from the effects of childhood abuse, neglect or other traumatic events such as vehicle accidents and natural disasters.
Currently, I am treating people who are coping with stress and mental health issues relative to the global pandemic from the COVID19 VIRUS. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is the primary modality which I use in treating trauma patients.
I am a Certified Sensorimotor Psychologist (SP), and an Approved Sensorimotor Psychologist Consultant. I have and continue to assist multiple Level I and II Sensorimotor Training Institute (SPI) programs at the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI). I assist trainings in person and via virtual learning.
In 2006, I attended an annual Attachment Conference at UCLA, Los Angeles and there I heard Dr. Pat Ogden speak about trauma. It sounded like "magic" when she shared how to heal trauma with somatic treatment. At the time I heard Dr. Ogden, I felt and knew I would begin a new learning journey. To this day I am intimately involved in the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute community and I am in contact with alumni and new students.
I live in Los Angeles with my husband, two dogs and two cats. I have two grown sons, both working musicians. I grew up in Chicago with a very musical and artistic family. My family plus 14 years of education at the Francis W. Parker School, laid a foundation for my love of the world of art and music. I often integrate art with Sensorimotor Psychotherapy with some patients. I love to spend time hiking, painting, reading, meditating, traveling, continuing Spanish language lessons, planting in my garden and participating in creative projects.
I am providing individual and group Consulting Sessions in person and online. Currently I am supervising consulting groups online with Level 1 and 2 graduates.

Contact Information:
Pam Sobo, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psycologist
Phone: 818‐825‐8770
drpamsobo@gmail.com
www.drpamsobo.com

Meet Pam
Lenora M.-Wing Lun-PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP

Lenora M. Wing Lun

PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP

Lenora M. Wing Lun, PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP, holds a PhD titled “How do body-mind therapies work? A preliminary account based on the analysis of a specific body-mind therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, using Teasdale and Barnard’s (1993) Interacting Cognitive Subsystems (ICS) Framework”. She is a clinical psychologist and supervisor in private practice. She is a Board-Approved Supervisor (AHPRA/Psychology Board of Australia). Her specialty areas are: Trauma, depression, anxiety, developmental–attachment, unresolved problems of family upbringing. She pursues her interest in the body-mind connection with ongoing training in Continuum.

Contact Information:
Lenora M. Wing Lun, PhD
Suite 54, 47 Neridah Street
Chatswood
NSW
Australia 2067
Phone: 0403 136 398
International: +61 403 136 398
lenora.winglun@yahoo.com.au
www.lenorawinglun.com

Meet Lenora M.
Linda-von Richter-MEd, RP, SP

Linda von Richter

MEd, RP, SP

Linda had a first career teaching business and English in secondary schools, vocational institutes and colleges in Canada: in three provinces and the Yukon Territory. Following a calling, she enrolled in an energy therapist training, and upon graduation, began a private practice as an energy therapist. Linda took a week-long Hakomi workshop with Ron Kurtz and then enrolled in Sensorimotor Trauma training with Pat Ogden. This training engendered a love for Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and was followed by taking Levels 2 and 3. She has assisted in a number of Level 1 and 2 trainings in Canada and the U.S. She also assisted in two Level 3 trainings, one in Canada and one in Boston. Training to become a consultant in SP was a natural next step. She is enjoying helping therapists work with their clients to use SP in their sessions with confidence.

Contact Information:
Linda Von Richter, MEd, RP, SP
1585 Lakeshore Rd. W., Suite 310
Mississauga, ON L5J 0B1
416‐580‐1788
lindavonrichter@gmail.com

Meet Linda

SP Consultant Bios

Mary-Choi-LICSW, LCSW-C

Mary Choi

LICSW, LCSW-C

Mary Choi, MSW, LICSW, LCSW-C, (she, her, hers) is an experienced clinical social worker in private practice in Washington, D.C. and Maryland. Her current practice focuses on adults who have experienced trauma, and she incorporates a variety of psychodynamic and somatic approaches in her work, including Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and EMDR. As a second generation Asian American, Mary is passionate about community-based change and has co-facilitated workshops and provided consultation on race equity and social justice with Baltimore Racial Justice Action (BRJA). In addition to her work in private practice, she has experience in a variety of community-based mental health settings (including in home therapy, intensive outpatient programs, and community mental health clinics) working with children, adolescents, adults, groups, and families.
Mary is an educator and consultant. Her clinical interests include trauma, anxiety, attachment, relationships, consciousness, and culture. She believes strongly in the possibility of change and in the importance of community, and she enjoys teaching and supporting other therapists in their journeys.
She offers individual and group consultation, both in person and online, with a focus on the experiential elements of Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.

Contact Information:
Mary Choi, LICSW, LCSW-C
2029 P Street, NW, Suite 202
Washington, D.C. 20036
and
3355 St. John’s Ln., Suite F
Ellicott City, MD, 21042
Phone: 443-345-9862
marychoi.therapy@gmail.com

Meet Mary
Nancy-Christie-RP, Certified Advanced Practitioner Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Nancy Christie

RP, Certified Advanced Practitioner Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Nancy Christie is a Registered Psychotherapist. She has been a psychotherapist in private practice for over thirty years. Nancy has a special interest in trauma, parenting, adolescents, prenatal/postpartum psychology and somatic psychotherapy. She runs experiential psycho-educational groups as support to those in therapy.

Nancy's background in dance therapy, movement education, child and youth work, and childbirth education has informed her work as a psychotherapist. Nancy shares that experience as a mother and grandmother, including grandchildren with autism, has taught her humility and a sense of humour. She continues to learn and to dance in her mature years.

Contact Information:
Nancy Christie, RP
170 The Donway West, suite 404
North York, Ontario
Canada M3C 2G3
Phone: 416.691.3768
nancychristie1@gmail.com

Meet Nancy
Jayne-Dean-LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S

Jayne Dean

LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S

Jayne Dean, LMFT, LADC, RPT-S, brings 30 years of psychotherapy experience working with adults, couples, children and families and maintains a practice in Hartford, CT. Jayne is a clinical supervisor, teacher/guide/mentor and life-long student. Jayne completed her SP Consultation training in September 2018, after being certified in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in 2016. She values embodied, playful learning and is committed to integrating body-based modalities into psychotherapy and clinical supervision. She offers in-person and web-based individual and small group consultation. Over the years, Jayne has refined her approach to healing and transformation through movement, dance, yoga and somatic psychotherapy. In addition to her clinical practice, Jayne is Kripalu Yoga Teacher (RYT-200), an Unnata® aerial yoga instructor and a Shake Your Soul®: the Yoga of Dance instructor.

Contact Information:
Jayne Dean, LMFT, LADC, RPT‐S
664 Prospect Ave., 2nd Floor
Hartford, CT 06105
860‐233‐4830 Ext. 6
jayne@jaynedean.com
westhartfordcounselingcenter.com

Meet Jayne
Lori-Hickman-LPC

Lori Hickman

LPC

My name is Lori Hickman and I am from Anchorage, Alaska and am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am also a State of Alaska LPC board approved supervisor. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminology at the University of Minnesota-Duluth in 1998 and with my Master's of Science in Counseling Psychology in 2003. I am a trained EMDR therapist. I started my journey with Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in November 2013. I completed my Certification level on March 2018 in Los Angeles, CA.

I work primarily in my practice with adolescents and adults. I provide individual, family, and couples therapy. I have co-facilitated a Sensorimotor and Yoga group as well. Much of my practice is working with individuals who have experienced trauma and/or attachment trauma and suffer from depression and anxiety. I find that I often turn to Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and EMDR therapy in my practice and have found that these modalities to be very effective in helping individuals with their healing.

In my free time, I enjoy spending time doing a lot of activities with my family, including racquetball, handball, soccer, baseball, and snowboarding. I also enjoy my time with my dog Mabel. I love being outdoors, traveling, reading, and playing games with friends.

Contact Information:
Lori Hickman, LPC
Phone: 907‐344‐2500(message only)
innerwisdomreflections@gmail.com

Meet Lori
Janice-Meilach-MEd, RP, CSP

Janice Meilach

MEd, RP, CSP

Janice Meilach, MEd, RP, CSP is a Registered Psychotherapist who has been practising for 30 years in Toronto, Canada. She is a trauma and attachment specialist who became a Certified Advanced Practitioner in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy in 2011. She successfully completed
the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute Approved Consultant Program in 2018.

Janice originally trained as an occupational therapist in 1984 and worked in hospitals in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry before obtaining a Masters degree in Adult Education at the University of Toronto in 1992. Janice attended a one-day workshop with Pat Ogden in Toronto in 2003 and knew that this holistic body-centred approach to resolving trauma held in the body offered the transformation and potential for healing that she had been looking for.

Janice has a thriving private practice where she provides individual therapy and consultation to therapists. She also teaches and has taught counselling, psychotherapy and group work both at the community college and university level, supervised psychotherapy students and
therapists, and assisted in all three levels of the sensorimotor training programs.

Janice is well-versed in the social determinants of health and provides consultation to groups in community-based health agencies and family health teams. She is also a certified Vanda Scaravelli-inspired trained yoga teacher (RYT-750) who specializes in yoga for trauma and regularly teaches at a downtown yoga studio. Outside of work Janice enjoys gatherings with friends and family, plays saxophone in a jazz band, meditates, practices yoga, swims and cycles.

She is excited about guiding and collaborating with SP therapists as they continue to develop their competency and knowledge. Janice offers in-person and web-based individual and small group SP consultation.

Contact Information:
Janice Meilach MEd., RP, CSP
204 St. George Street,
Toronto, ON
Canada M5R 2N5
janice@janicemeilach.com
www.janicemeilach.com

Meet Janice
Jan-Ohm-RP, CSP

Jan Ohm

RP, CSP

I came to body-oriented work through my love of movement. I am a 30 yr. practitioner and teacher of Tai Chi Chuan, martial arts and mindful movement. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy offered me a way to bring together the lived experience of the body with my psychodynamic underpinning. In private practice since 1993, my journey with SP began in 2005 and I was so enthusiastic about the method, I became a training liaison for Toronto, Canada, where we now have a thriving SP community. I am currently the owner and Clinical Director of WellSpace Trauma Therapy Clinic in Toronto. We offer Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Neurofeedback, Neurostimulation and Sensorimotor-based Group Therapy for survivors of Trauma, Developmental Trauma and Dissociative Disorders. I maintain a thriving clinical practice, teach, supervise and continue to study as a Neurotherapist. I am thrilled to be recognized as a Sensorimotor Consultant and look forward to supporting other SP practitioners on their journey!

Contact Information:
Jan Ohm RP, CSP
WellSpace Trauma Therapy Clinic
908 Bathurst Street, Toronto ON
Canada M5R 3G3
jan@torontotherapists.ca

Meet Jan
Barbara-Phillips-PhD, LICSW

Barbara Phillips

PhD, LICSW

Barbara Phillips, PhD, LICSW is a psychotherapist, consultant, and advocate for the integration of body, emotion, and the mind. A Certified Sensorimotor Psychotherapist (2008); SPI- approved Consultant; and L-3 Certification Coach (NYC, Boston, Kansas City, UK to date), Barbara is also the Boston Organizer/SPI trainings liaison whose outreach includes a yearly SPI informational presence at Bessel van der Kolk’s International Psychological Trauma Conference and presentations on the following topics: A Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Approach to the Treatment of Trauma: Embodying the Foundational Principles (Harvard Divinity School); Three Storytellers in Search of a Author (Harvard Grand Rounds); An Insider/Outsider Account of Reaching Out to Shame; Deconstructing Shame: A Multi-Perspective Approach (NASW Biennial Symposia), and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: A Body/Mind Talk Therapy for the Treatment of Trauma (Guest speaker: BC Colloquium Series; Cambridge Hospital). Dr. Phillips has also taught Adult Psychological Trauma (Boston College SSW Gradate Program) and served as Dissertation Chair (Psy.D. Program, JFK University College of Graduate and Professional Studies). Barbara is a past president of NESTTD and Board member for 10 years. She has a private practice in Arlington, MA. where she also consults to individuals and groups on the use of somatic interventions in trauma treatment.

Contact Information:
Barbara Phillips, PhD, LICSW
259 Massachusetts Avenue
Arlington, MA 02474
phillipsba@aol.com

Meet Barbara
Pam-Sobo-Psy.D.

Pam Sobo

Psy.D.

Pam Sobo, Psy.D. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and hold a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I have over 20 years of clinical experience working with people coping with depression, anxiety, trauma and attachment issues. Many of my patients are healing from the effects of childhood abuse, neglect or other traumatic events such as vehicle accidents and natural disasters.
Currently, I am treating people who are coping with stress and mental health issues relative to the global pandemic from the COVID19 VIRUS. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is the primary modality which I use in treating trauma patients.
I am a Certified Sensorimotor Psychologist (SP), and an Approved Sensorimotor Psychologist Consultant. I have and continue to assist multiple Level I and II Sensorimotor Training Institute (SPI) programs at the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (SPI). I assist trainings in person and via virtual learning.
In 2006, I attended an annual Attachment Conference at UCLA, Los Angeles and there I heard Dr. Pat Ogden speak about trauma. It sounded like "magic" when she shared how to heal trauma with somatic treatment. At the time I heard Dr. Ogden, I felt and knew I would begin a new learning journey. To this day I am intimately involved in the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute community and I am in contact with alumni and new students.
I live in Los Angeles with my husband, two dogs and two cats. I have two grown sons, both working musicians. I grew up in Chicago with a very musical and artistic family. My family plus 14 years of education at the Francis W. Parker School, laid a foundation for my love of the world of art and music. I often integrate art with Sensorimotor Psychotherapy with some patients. I love to spend time hiking, painting, reading, meditating, traveling, continuing Spanish language lessons, planting in my garden and participating in creative projects.
I am providing individual and group Consulting Sessions in person and online. Currently I am supervising consulting groups online with Level 1 and 2 graduates.

Contact Information:
Pam Sobo, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psycologist
Phone: 818‐825‐8770
drpamsobo@gmail.com
www.drpamsobo.com

Meet Pam
Lenora M.-Wing Lun-PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP

Lenora M. Wing Lun

PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP

Lenora M. Wing Lun, PhD/MPsych(Clin), MCogSc, MBA, MAPS, FCCLP, holds a PhD titled “How do body-mind therapies work? A preliminary account based on the analysis of a specific body-mind therapy, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, using Teasdale and Barnard’s (1993) Interacting Cognitive Subsystems (ICS) Framework”. She is a clinical psychologist and supervisor in private practice. She is a Board-Approved Supervisor (AHPRA/Psychology Board of Australia). Her specialty areas are: Trauma, depression, anxiety, developmental–attachment, unresolved problems of family upbringing. She pursues her interest in the body-mind connection with ongoing training in Continuum.

Contact Information:
Lenora M. Wing Lun, PhD
Suite 54, 47 Neridah Street
Chatswood
NSW
Australia 2067
Phone: 0403 136 398
International: +61 403 136 398
lenora.winglun@yahoo.com.au
www.lenorawinglun.com

Meet Lenora M.
Linda-von Richter-MEd, RP, SP

Linda von Richter

MEd, RP, SP

Linda had a first career teaching business and English in secondary schools, vocational institutes and colleges in Canada: in three provinces and the Yukon Territory. Following a calling, she enrolled in an energy therapist training, and upon graduation, began a private practice as an energy therapist. Linda took a week-long Hakomi workshop with Ron Kurtz and then enrolled in Sensorimotor Trauma training with Pat Ogden. This training engendered a love for Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and was followed by taking Levels 2 and 3. She has assisted in a number of Level 1 and 2 trainings in Canada and the U.S. She also assisted in two Level 3 trainings, one in Canada and one in Boston. Training to become a consultant in SP was a natural next step. She is enjoying helping therapists work with their clients to use SP in their sessions with confidence.

Contact Information:
Linda Von Richter, MEd, RP, SP
1585 Lakeshore Rd. W., Suite 310
Mississauga, ON L5J 0B1
416‐580‐1788
lindavonrichter@gmail.com

Meet Linda